Logis Normandy Hotel
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The lock workers went on strike yesterday so we arrived in Rouen.. Unplanned overnight stay and as of 12 noon we found out the locks would reopen at 5 pm. We'll travel toward Paris this evening. Also heard air traffic controllers are on strike, so not sure what ...
Excited about sunny weather! We left Paris at 11:30 last night and woke up to wonderful river scenery. The Gold Coast area of Normandy has magnificent homes on the Seine. Due to high water we have sailed faster and are arriving in Vernon 2 hours early. Our boat docked right in town so ...
... of character (and very steep stairs). We decided to have dinner at home with an early night. After a long sleep and cruisy morning we spent the day exploring and beautiful town of Rouen. The buildings and cobble stone streets are amazing! We wondered through shops then met Jenny who showed us through the cathedral and where joan of arc was burnt, I also lit a candle for pa at the cathedral. Mother nature even turned on ...
... toytas, kias, and bmws mixed in
-Lingerie stores are more common in europe and are much more.. conspicuous in displaying their wares
-Saw store that specialized in NBA jerseys and apparel. Also walked by 2 or 3 american themed restaurants, serving burgers and fries, adorned with imagery of the grand canyon, harley davidsons, route 66, ect
-Most difficult part of trip overall has been trying to figure out a way to talk to locals. Walking up ...
... elected to have the burial at Omaha. We were told that there are over one hundred thirty thousand bodies are buried in Normandy including soldiers from all countries and Normandy civilians). France gave the United States the land for the cemetery and it is now considered US soil. As you've probably seen pictures of the cemetery, the graves are marked with white crosses (or the Star of David) which extend as far as one can see. Each cross has the soldier's name, city and ...