Citotel Le Marly
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... what our choice would be. Along the quayside, motorhomes were ranked alongside each other, settling for an evening and night.
Fabulous meal at a quayside restaurant. Wet and windy weather just held off long enough to walk to the restaurant and back.
The storm came in about midnight. Wind and lashing rain. But we were cosy and comfortable.
Amazing how many motorhomes were lined up in the morning.
... started working. Emptied the dishwasher and sorted breakfast. Then walked up to the shops, as the mother I am au pairing for was sooooo tired because the baby had her up since 3 30!!! Then this afternoon, got the bus with the daughter to the mall where we watched Tinkerbell -- quite enjoyed it actually, quite nice to watch a kiddy film once in a ...
The weather is cold and grey again about 11c and rain threatens but we wrap up and set off.
Today we have our tour with Cristophe. Having been told he spoke little English it is a very pleasant surprise to find that he speaks very good English, and is chatty and enthusiastic so we are set for a good day!
We head off towards Honfleur over the Bridge of Normandy which is the first bridge on the Seine from the sea. It is ...
... 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 ...
Les Falaises Blanches d'Etretat (the white cliffs of Etretat) are worth the effort. Even though we didn't have a car and public transportation in Normandy is minimal, we managed to get there after a train to Le Havre and the Keolis Ligne 24 bus from there. Even the anxiety of missing our bus stop was worth it (like a city bus, you have to ring for your stop - stops are not announced).
The chalky cliffs and arches ...