La Closerie Honfleur
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We planned to stay in a campsite in Fecamp. We got there in time, to find that it was closed 'exceptionel' for one day!!!!!!
So we thought we would have a drive around and see if we could find anywhere to stop. Several motorhomes seemed to be making their way to the port, and as we had been to Fecamp 15 years ago it looked like a good idea to see what was there. From the north side of the harbour, it ...
What a full day today! Was up at 6 30, and running by 7. It's a great time of day, sooo cold and the light was just beginning to shine through. There is a stillness as you pound the pavement, whatching your breath routinely appear before you. It's so silent (as most normal people are in bed!!). Did a spot of yoga when I got back, before I had a shower ...
... in Honfleur. We are fortunate to be there at 12 noon so get the full works!
The views are lovely and give us a good view also of the bridge. Honfleur itself is a little gem,lovely winding cobbled streets, many old houses which now house many cafes and small shops, and a beautiful harbour surrounded by tall thin houses with yet more cafes and bars. By now the sun is shining so Christophe drops us off for a walk round and we go up ...
... furnished as it was when Monet lived there. It is not possible to take photos inside the house, which is very colourful particularly the kitchen with bright blue painted cupboards and floor to ceiling blue and white tiles.
A quick stop at the gift shop and then back to the car for Rouen and the Cathedral.. A soaring Gothic structure started in the 1100s and added to over several centuries it is awe inspiring. The heart of Ric*************heart is buried here ...
... side of this seaside fishing village are incredible. It has been a popular destination for painters, including Monet who made numerous trips to paint these cliffs in the 1880s.
On the East is Falaise d'Amont. We climbed this cliff during a gorgeous sunset. At its summit, there is a tiny church (Notre-Dame-de-la-Gard), with fish-like gargoyles. A monument also marks the spot where two aviators were last seen ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed