New Windsor Hotel
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... all of which were build after the entire town was burnt down in 14th century.The construction of these homes are really something to see, it almost looks like they built one place and then kept adding another and another all joined together all different shapes and sizes and a mixture of materials.The majority are build from the wooden external supports with the limestone mixture in between, occasionally there are some ...
... crisps. Settled down to knit (me) and to watch TV. Unfortunately, we couldn't find anything other than the last half of X-Factor. Did manage to catch the results of Strictly, Downton and then sat up to watch F1. Got really annoyed because on the news immediately before they gave the results, well we think they did because we turned off quick.
Now we just need to watch Motorhome GP tomorrow night to see how Valentino Rossi got ...
Today was our day to bid Rouen adieu and head for Etretat and Honfleur. The weather was not our friend but we drove on toward the west with high hopes of finding the cliffs at Entretat as awesome as when Claude Monet came there to paint the scene of the unusual rock formations. We were not disappointed to find that even with gray skies, blustery winds and roaring waves that crashed on the rocky shores, it was still a pretty ...
... here for the white cliffs and natural arch gorges but it was not as spectacular as I expected compared to photos I had seen. I thought the cliffs would be similar to the White Cliffs of Dover in England but they were not really that white. We liked to think about England being so close by....just across the channel. The countryside not surprisingly reminded us of England. It proved to be a good idea putting on a few extra layers before ...
... on the shingle beach by the arch - the one on this side called the Porte D'Amont, like its cliff. (Porte is door, or opening, hence the arches being called portes). He said he didn't get all the way, but had seen a man sized tunnel through the cliff to the beach on the other side... tunnelled by whom or why? Don't know. We were probably a couple of hours up here by the time we descended back into town. Across from our little hotel was a patisserie, so we bought ...