Logis Le Quai Fleuri
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Very wet here now but still reasonably warm, moving slowly North and heading for Rouen today. We heads to IKEA en route to Oissel and had a little shop for goodies for the Motorhomes before heading to the aire at Oissel. Decent weather and lovely to walk on the banks of the Seine again. A good night at Oissel ...
For the first time on my trip I sleep past 9 I don't get up till about 10.30 I must have been tired. I'm a little annoyed at my self though as Oliver is taking us on a trip today and I wanted an early start. We have a late breakfast and head on our way, the Loire valley is stunning I love looking at the country side as we drive. Our first stop it ...
... station. It turns out ticket machines in France do not take cash only cards so we had to have another French man help us, he paid for our tickets and we gave him our cash. It was about 40 mins on the train till we had to get off luckily it was around 6am and the train was quiet. At the next station Bridget took us to the line we needed and we jumped in a train, I was far to tired and inexperienced in these massive train stations to assist in any way. Once on this train we ...
... take the 947p train. The light show was VERY impressive, following the contours of the building, set to music, etc. YAY! We left about 930p for the short distance down the hill to the train station, looked at the monitors and I followed the group to track 2, thinking, 'uh, I didn't see a train for Paris leaving imminently, but what do I know? I speak espanol, not French.' La la la. On the platform, the monitor ...
... the age of this place speaks ... I read 900 years or more. We continued our exploration of the old town over the next hour picking up the necessaries for dinner and began to walk home. We came across a large fair/show by the river Eure. Traditional skills demonstrated: falconry, highly trained oxen getting logs onto carts, horsemanship, hand sawing of planks, folkdancing, wine/beer/cider making, steam threshing ...