Monthly Archives: December 2013

Honfleur — Picture Perfect

There are lots of charming little seaside towns in Normandy and in our whirlwind trip of 5 nights, that began with Mont St. Michel and then proceeded to Bayeux, we wanted at least one of these towns.  I chose Honfleur … Continue reading

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Bayeux — Bringing 1066 to Life

I don’t remember all that many historical dates, but one imprinted on my mind,  is 1066 and the Battle of Hastings.  So Bayeux meant a chance to see the Tapestry.  We drove into town mid afternoon and were charmed by … Continue reading

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Interesting Paris Churches Off the Beaten Track

Paris is made for the flaneur but I alas am not a very good flaneur.  Aimless wandering is just not it for twitchy me.   I like the metro rather than the buses, because it is fast.  When setting forth … Continue reading

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