Premiere Classe Rouen Petit Quevilly

Address: 112, Avenue Jean Jaures, Rouen, Haute-Normandie, Normandy, 76140, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 112, Avenue Jean Jaures, Rouen, is near Rue du Gros-Horloge, Eglise Jeanne d'Arc, Musee Flaubert et d'Histoire de la Medecine, and Musee Jeanne-d'Arc.
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Travel Blogs from Rouen

Starting Down the Seine

A travel blog entry by mkennedy15 on Oct 18, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... He set out to become the first person to cross the English Channel in a hot air balloon. He made it! Unfortunately, while he was going across the Channel, he was sinking toward the water so began throwing all of his equipment overboard to make the balloon lighter so it would gain altitude. That helped, but not enough, so he stripped off his clothes and threw them overboard. It worked! Upon landing, he was a very embarrassed hero. OO-LA-LA as our guide ...

THE D-DAY BEACHES

A travel blog entry by mkennedy15 on Oct 17, 2014

2 comments, 2 photos

... there were 650 Germans guarding the area). From Pointe du Hoc, we drove down to Omaha Beach.which is about six miles long; of course, today, it is a recreation area. Depending on the tide, the landing beach presented the American forces with difficulties. The Germans had mined the channel, the beaches, and any open area where the soldiers could get to the high ground. In addition, there were various metal and wood structures (mined) that would create obstacles for any tanks ...

FRANCE

A travel blog entry by mkennedy15 on Oct 15, 2014

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We left London by bus and traveled south to the Chunnel Tunnel; the I always thought that this would be fun railroad tunnel under the English Channel that connects Great Britain and France. I always wanted to go through it even though it is a tunnel and you can't see a thing. The Chunnel was completed in 1994 at a cost of approximately $110 billion US dollars; this was a slight cost overrun of 80% (seems the British government is aas adept as cost estimates as the US government) ...

Leisure at Rouen

A travel blog entry by happyworld on Oct 01, 2014

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1 oct -Rouen Busy looking around at shops. Lunch at the Vietnam cuisine the unique way of weighing your selection of dish .. Dinner at La mien, a nice shanghai la mien, entree were nice especially the seaweed and the mushroom ( Jamur kuping ) stir fry seafood noodle Not mentioning the handsome waiter that Cik Mey like so much ...

Honeymoon Crashers

A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Sep 18, 2014

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... center. Once again our emotions surged, feelings of sorrow for the lives lost swirled with patriotic pride, it was a very unique experience. One exhibit in particular that stood out was a set of several large black and white portraits of a soldier or nurse who lost his or her life as part of the events on D-Day. Each photo was accompanied by the story of that particular person including where they were from, what unit they were a part of and how they ultimately ...