Logis Normandy Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Concierge desk
- Babysitting service
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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... season. However, the garden surrounding it is a delightful taste of what is to come.
It is laid out in 'rooms' of red, blue and yellow flowers and/or foliage to represent the three primary colours, black and white for the monochromatic and scented.
The queue for tickets at Monet's Garden is barely ten minutes long and inside we find a garden bursting with the colours of summer flowers. Like the ...
... She uncovers some glittered sunglasses, another grey more subtedly glittered pair and some by a lingerie designer featuring little ribbon detailing on the arms. Easily worth over AU$400 on average back home, her excitement is uncontainable when we discover they are each just €50 end of stock specials. Heck! At that rate I choose a pair for myself as well!
Add some great savoury crepes for dinner and a problem-free trip home and we declare it a 15,600 step tiring but fine ...
Seems to be that a month of travel always includes one ****** day. Yesterday was it for me.
This morning, my little camera seems to have come to life by being charged... No, it wasn't flat but the power has somehow kick-started it. Lost the photos on the memory card but at least they had been safely copied to the iPad previously.
We check out of the very average small hotel in Arromanches-sur-Mer where every menu in town last night offered very average dishes for ...
... With the bikes now gone we headed for the Memorial to pay our respects to the young men who gave their lives in the defence of freedom. We generally split up and take these areas at our own pace, it's such a personal experience that you have to take your own time for reflection. It was now nearing 7pm and we hadn't arranged anywhere to stay as yet so it was map time. We chose to stay around Rouen as it was sort of between where ...
... home a couple of goodies which complemented a nice dinner.
Sydney branch recommended that we visit La Roche Guyon castle, built into the face of a cliff and where Rommel hunkered down during WW2. The place is amazing, unfortunately missing most of its art and furnishings. We climbed to the top and were rewarded by a sky high view of the Seine and surrounding country side. We enjoyed a late picnic lunch by the river, a beautiful clear ...