Normandy Part Une: Giverny, Honfleur, Rouen, and Etretat


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Europe » France » Lower Normandy » Honfleur
August 28th 2009
Published: October 5th 2009EDIT THIS ENTRY

Many years ago, during the lovely years of high school, I took two years of French. Aside from learning the language, my teachers often talked about the many different geographical regions of France. It was during these lessons that I began an life-long love affair with France. Although I had never visited the country, I knew that when I would finally have the opportunity to visit it someday, I wo... Read Full Entry



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5th October 2009

Aahh....Normandy!
Reminisced about my wonderful time in all the places you visited (except Entretat) . Your blog brought back many happy thoughts! I still remember our lunch near the basin in Honfleur.....where we had our most leisurely 2 hour seafood lunch, complete with calvados and an apple brulee. Thanks for sharing all those photos....lovely! Didn't have the chance to enter the wooden church, much to our disappointment. But your clear shots of the interiors made up for it! ps. will u blog about your visit of mont st michel too?
11th October 2009

liliram
Yes, I will be blogging about our visit to Mont St. Michel; we were lucky enough to be able to spend the night. That blog entry will be number three of this trip.

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