Monday, May 28, 2012

Today - Honfleur

 Nestled at the mouth of the Seine River, Honfleur's unique character of narrow jetty houses, museums and monuments has inspired painters, writers and musicians over the ages. This small fishing port is renowned for the glorious voyages of discovery by its 17th century mariners and has become one of Normandy's most appealing harbors. Preserved from World War II's destruction, this quaint old Norman town has managed to retain its charm.

Enjoyed a two hour lunch; just like the French do!!

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