If you have yet to visit Rouen in Normandy France perhaps this might entice you to put Rouen on your list. I still say "pinch me" that we happened to be in Rouen to see it. Every summer between June and September a free Cathedral Light Show takes place in Rouen with dazzling illuminations … Continue reading Rouen Cathedral of Notre Dame
Rouen is the capital of Normandy. So many famous people had also been to Rouen, Joan of Arc, Gustave Flaubert, Pierre Corneille, William the Conqueror, Claude Monet…of course those most famous - Muriel and Bree from 3 sistersabroad. (tongue in cheek) We had the whole afternoon and evening to explore Rouen after our trip to … Continue reading Rouen – A step back in time.
On Sunday 11th of November 2018 marked the Anniversary of the 100th year since Germany signed the Armistice to end the Great War. It would be a few days before the guns would fall silent. It wasn't like it is today with a text or a tweet saying "the war is now over" It took … Continue reading Anzacs in the Somme Battlefields
Our wonderful internet here in Australia under the name of NBN or National Broadband Network isn't really wonderful! Its using the old phone line coming into the house and the wire (not cable) is strung across the street. So when a big truck comes roaring down our street bam!! The line is pulled down. Last … Continue reading Missing in Action but Im back Now!
I was so excited to be visiting the seaside port of Honfleur. Was it like the images that are on the internet, would it live up to my expectations? Honfleur such a beautiful place. “Honfleur is a commune in the Calvados department in northwestern France. It is located on the southern bank of the estuary … Continue reading Honfleur Normandy