Premiere Classe Honfleur
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... our bus came to pick us up, so we decided to find a restaurant to have an late lunch/early dinner. We passed at least a dozen seafood restaurants on the way in to town, so we figured we would go to one of them. As it turns out (I guess I should have done some more research) all the restaurants close early in the afternoon. I don't know if they open up later for dinner, but there wasn't a restaurant to be found at 3:00 ...
... 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 ...
... Although this village is charming, it is very crowded and this is a holiday weekend. It is great that the town is making a big effort to preserve its heritage, but wish they would do something about the cars. SomE of the streets are so narrow there is hardly room for a car......and we are squeezed against the side of building to let car pass.
Think we will have a quiet night as we want to catch early bus in the morning and train back to ...
... Boudin as well as composers such as Erik Satie – famous for his piano composition “Gymnopédies”. The town's timber-framed houses and slate-grey facades are interspersed with well patronised inns and narrow cobbled streets.
The first written record of Honfleur dates back 1027. Because of its strategic positioning between Rouen and England it has been occupied on and off by the English during their wars with the French.
However, we ...
... to the garden and the hills. You could never be unhappy in a home like this. Lace drapes float in the wind to the open window where even more colors and sunshine come into the living space. It was everything we want in our home!
We left Monet’s Garden vowing to buy a copy of “Linea in Monet’s Garden” for our library (one that is written in English, so our little future Germanns can love it like Lindsay did and then one day visit Giverny). We grabbed ...