La Closerie Honfleur
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews La Closerie Honfleur
Travel Blogs from Honfleur
... laid out on the ground. Crosses were placed in groups of five throughout the cemetery.
We drove through the town of Sainte-Marie-du-Mont and saw reenactments of some camps. We took a quick look at a statue of Dick Winters, a member of the 101st Airborne. On June 6, 1944, the 101st took control of the town of Sainte-Marie-du-Mont and it became the first French town that was freed.
Our next stop was Utah Beach, one ...
... many large Chateaux's dotted along the country side which made for very pleasant riding. Tomorrow they have a huge triathlon in Deauville and the sea swim looks rather challenging. There were white caps and rough seas so good luck to the athletes. We went strolling through a market and admired all the very fresh vegetables ...
... have none of her reassurances. So it goes. On the way down we passed an art gallery, and I saw a painting of the Honfleur harbor that I loved, conferenced with Rebecca, and we decided to buy it as an anniversary present to ourselves and have it shipped home. After that we did some more wandering through the town, I grabbed a few sunset pictures of the harbor, and we got to the restaurant at exactly 7:30.
Le Bréard turned out to be a pricy but excellent prix fixe ...
... and buy cider and other apple based liquors, and we stopped in at Christian Drouin, one of many distilleries that makes cider, pommeau and Calvados. Housed in a brown and white timber farmhouse with thatched roof (again, you could be in England!) and lush green orchards with apples falling onto the ground, we tasted a few of their Calvados – whoooh!!! I think I will stick to pastis! Then of course this is also one of many French regions known for ...
... second time there, and once again I was underwhelmed. I always feel a bit guilty about that. But every time I go I leave feeling a bit... "eh". It is very commercialized and so crowded etc.However, I did get to drink a coffee with a very nice French gentleman in the old port looking out over the bay with the boats and tiny tiny houses. I also saw a very old church that is quite fascinating because it's construction is completely ...