Hotel Restaurant La Taverne des deux Augustins
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This is probably the view most people think about when the hear Honfleur. The reflection from the basin along the old buildings. Many artists have painted it.
We had some nice reflections and the addition of Christmas lights.
Photos from the 2 weeks.
A pretty romantic hotel - not where you want to spend 2 weeks with a dozen co-workers.
I had the honeymoon suite in the main building. The 4th floor was all mine. 2 rooms, 2 bathrooms, a nice view of the church in the square. Too bad I was there by myself.
... immortals to the undying lands or something. Some had a little row of trees which looked like masts. We headed back into the little harbour and chose from the many restaurants a place with an acceptable formule midi, neither of us prepared to try moules, which have been on the menu everywhere throughout Normandy and Brittany. I had poached salmon and Jonathan a crepe again, and creme brûlée with a hint of orange in the custard. Delicious. We exited ...
... France Passion site "Les A'ssiette des Mondes". France Passion are a group of artisans who welcome motorhomes to stop over for up to 24 hours free of charge, and possibly try their wares, but this is not essential. The place I stayed was a restaurant on a small holding, which was closed that day. Mme Fatima Colard was very welcoming, popped over to say hello and the left me to it. I felt a Little odd as I was basically at the end of her garden, but I had a good afternoon ...
... Renaults, Austin 7, Riley, BMW represented by a 2002 an E30, E36, a few Alpina's, a swarm of smaller cars like Peugeot 105 and Renaults ??. As in NZ the fields are shrinking and the event was a lot smaller than previous years, down to about 60 entrants At dinner on Sunday night one of our team, Vincent, explained that the Allard with the 7 litre Cadillac motor was owned and driven by a chap called Blanco. He has supplied many old aircraft from both 1st and 2nd world wars ...