Mercure Rouen Centre Cathedrale
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... th century ,but unlike most other towns the walls that were constructed around the cities is still in good condition and the town centre is protected from bad weather and is much quieter from the road noise which is outside the wall. This town is very old and steeps with history. We went on a walking tour of the town and later enjoyed looking at the market place and Window ...
... from the ravages of the Hundred Years' War and the "Black death". Within the wall, the city developed a style that has been preserved through the village. We walked through this wonderful village, only 4000 people live here, all streets lead to the too of the mountain where when you reach to top a most magnificent view is there to meet you. A most picturesque ,cobblestones beautiful area, This village is very quite only 3 shops. A ...
... religious buildings. Lined up in a row going from east to west through the centre of town is a string of tremendous church edifices – Saint-Ouen, Saint-Maclou, the cathedral, and the contemporary church to Joan of Arc. Victor Hugo famously described Rouen as the city of ‘a hundred spires’. In addition there is the Gros Horloge (a magnificent monumental town clock), the splendid Gothic Law Courts (Palais de Justice) and look out for the ...
... right. The Mont was very quiet. We caught the free local shuttle bus from outside our hotel and through to the Mont which is about 3km away. The abbey closed it last entry at 6pm but did not shut its doors till 7pm so with a walk up to it (it meant some serious steps), tickets purchased and audio guides in hand we set off. It was great to walk around and listen to the different facts even bumping into a New Zealand family from Queenstown. Leaving the Abbey just before 7pm we ...
The gardens surrounding Monet’s house, where he once painted in peaceful seclusion, were just beautiful and full of so many roses and pink and purple poppies. The original arches and garden beds are still in use every season. Across the road is the famous pond of lilies, nestled amongst tall willow trees and pockets of bamboo – all of which gave him inspiration for his other well ...