Premiere Classe Rouen Sud - Parc des Expositions
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Today Gen and I slept in/lazed in our room until we were called for breakfast. Her brothers and some helpers made eggs, prosciutto, toasted baguette and potatoes and it was delicious! Yesterday's breakfast came with mimosas, but today we had to stay sharp for our bike trip. The Virgin mimosa was good though ;). We rented bicycles from someone local, who brought quite the assortment of good, bad and ancient bikes. I got a purple one and Gen got the tiny yellow ...
... nectarines (yay no allergic reaction when they were cooked!) and fresh picked raspberries from the chateau's garden. An hour or so later we had marinated pork, sausage, carrots and cheese filled, baked potatoes. It was very tasty at 10pm! The evening ended with lots more wine, singing and dancing. My cheeks are sore from the amount of laughing and smiling! Tomorrow we have rented bikes and are going to the ...
... tour Olga gave us some local Normandy apple juice and we enjoyed it on the main patio. Once Gen's parents and friends arrived we were assigned the third floor room with 3 single beds. It's amazing to not share a room with hostel mates and the only person we share the washroom with is Gen's brother. Wine started flowing for the evening and we waited for our dinner to be served. For the first evening we had it catered as we ...
... the visit.
We also stopped in at the Impressionist Art Museum just up the street. Good but not great.
The sun was setting so we decided to head home for the day. Dayna made French Onion soup from scratch in our little kitchen and it was better that the two bowls we've had in restaurants here. Go figure!
Tomorrow we ge to Versailles.
... Needless to say, despite the GPS and my inadequately small maps, we found ourselves heading out of Rouen towards the west again. Correcting that took us a long time, and then the most direct route south went through so many small towns we barely got over 50km/h. A trip of 140km that should have taken 2 hours took us 3! And Giverny was busy with tourists, lots of Asians for the first time, and Americans. They clogged vantage points to take silly selfies, lolled on ...