Le Havre boardwalk
The beach at Le Havre
The 10-kilometre bridge crossing the water to Honfleur from Le Havre
Hotel du Dauphin, our digs in Honfleur - from 17th Century. Isn't it gorgeous! Oh, those narrow, windy steps up to the third floor, no lift of course. Glad we were travelling light. We find all our accommodation through booking.com and are rarely disappointed.
View to the square from our third story room in the above hotel. Groovy.
Part of the edifice of St Catherines, the oldest timbered church still standing in France. Correct me if I'm wrong. It's in my notes but I'm writing from memory.
The front of St Catherines, the oldest timbered church. See the shingles. Amazing.
We finally get down to Honfleur Harbour seeking food and drink. No wonder Van Gogh and Co painted here don't you think? So gorgeous.
More of gorgeous Honfleur Harbour. About to rain but it just meant we enjoyed huddling around the fire in the restaurant all the more. Cozy! Apparently it rains a lot and is very windy.
Me doing a pose at yet another old timber edifice. Here they use this as a wonderful theatre for live arts.
This little artisan shop was so pretty had to take a snap.
Do they really name a street after my favourite French dessert? Yes, they do. Only in France..
I hope you enjoyed your little tour from Le Havre to Honfleur. Next stop Mont st Michel and the Tour de France. Day and night shots.
- Have you been to either of these cities?
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