Saturday, 19 April 2014


Honfleur - taken by Carole of Carole's Chatter

When visiting Honfleur in Normandy it is compulsory to take a picture across the little harbour in the middle of town.  I promise you – absolutely everyone does.  The pic up top is my own effort.
As you can see it is unbelievably picturesque – almost hurt your eyes beautiful.
It is worth visiting Normandy just to experience this.  But we also managed to get ourselves lost in the little old town and ended up driving down the weeniest streets (in a much too big rental car) and finding ourselves seemingly hopelessly enmeshed in a one way street system.  A little stressful but one way to see the old town I suppose.
According to Google Maps, Honfleur is a 2 hour drive west of Paris.  The town is full of restaurants – we chose one not right on the waterfront – trying to go for one frequented by locals and therefore less pricey.  One of the challenges for me in French restaurants is managing to avoid eating the bread (which is yummy) while waiting for you meal.  Kills the appetite.  I am not sure why bread before meals is so popular.
Au revoir!

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