Mercure Rouen Centre Cathedrale
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Great hotel and try to get a room with a view it's worth it!
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... it out and see what the game plan is going to be. Good thing we did. The plan is more complicated than an NFL game plan. It all involves finding the parking area . . . glad we stopped in. Our marriage may not have survived this exercise without a day of practice!
Finally, back to the car and out of the city before the rush hour. A stop at our favorite bread shop and then a ...
... pots, chopping block, cabinets, and counters, everything's!
The grounds consisted mostly of gardens and, of course, the lily pond where he did some of his most famous works. His studio has been restored to the times he was there (1886-1926). He would be sad to know that the studio, which is huge, is now being used as the gift shop. But, I would ...
... It was right next to the American Cemetery so the farm had an interesting war history. The farm has been in the family since 1920 but, during the war, the Germans took it for a barracks for the coast artillery crews. The family went to Paris for the duration. Then, when the Americans landed, they leveled the whole farmstead to use as the first airfield in Normandy. There went the apple orchards! After the war, the family moved back ...
... driving from one extreme end of Normandy to the other end, a job that took the American GI's two months to do in 1944. But, then, they had those darn pushy Germans mucking things up. We, on the other hand, were driving, once again, on the right and had four lane highways!
Dayna has little interest is war history and I am going to spend a whole day on a D-Day tour ...
... 20 minutes prior to closing, but was able to breeze through as many of the descriptions were in French...but just for my pleasure another 100 stairs to climb. On the return to the hotel I took in more sites including gardens, many other churches - there seems to be one on each block, and of course the character of the shops on the various winding streets. I then also checked out the Seine river (same one as in ...