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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... famed bridges.
We walked through Monets’s house with his light-filled studio overlooking the garden, his wonderful dining room, and homey kitchen. ...
... that I saw in a window. I always like to contribute to the local economy. I really think prices have come down in France. At least the prices for women’s clothes were very reasonable.
After lunch, I walked across the large bridge that crosses the Seine at this point and took pictures of the remnants of a grist mill that used to be here. It is a beautiful ruin and is sort of the picture symbol of Vernon. It has been a great ...
... mixed with apple juice and apple brandy, and apple jelly. We got to taste the apple cider which I didn’t care for and the apple brandy (calvados) which was good. They have to call theirs apple brandy not calvados because they are not in the calvados district (like champagne). As you can tell from the photos they also had beautiful flowers everywhere. It was a lovely visit and then we returned to the ship for lunch and an ice cream ...
... room for some tea and cookies. Frank and Nancy joined us part-way through and we enjoyed chatting together. Then at 7:30 we all met and walked over to a nearby Indian restaurant called Maharaja. Several of us got great tandoori chicken and fried onions for starters and an assortment of main dishes (eggplant, lamb curry, and lentils) washed down with a mild Indian beer. It was a fitting end to a great time with Nancy and Frank and a wonderful start to our trip.
... crash their romantic trip and explore the Western part of France as well as the historic beaches of Normandy. So with a rough plan in place we decided to head out the next morning and make our way to the small town of Chinon.
This was really just a stop over but we did stay in a very cute old castle hotel right in the center of town. After having a heck of a time finding parking, and another adventure down a tiny pedestrian only street, we finally got checked ...