噼里啪啦[Honfleur] A friend who used to go to school in Normandy recommended this place to me, and found that it’s really good to go to travel season is very important, a small town must have an atmosphere, there must be people outdoors, so winter is more suitable for home squatting, of course Yes, southerners are suitable for squatting in northerners’ homes
正义的力量The Anthropology Museum is said to have taken 10 years to renovate and rebuild. There are exhibitions in different periods, human lifestyles...the exhibition is novel, the guide system is easy to read, and the sound and shadow are combined. What is interesting is that some things are presented in a contemporary art way. It is suitable for children to study and see real specimens!
翱翔的大鲨鱼Étretat is a coastal town in the Upper Normandy region of France, often referred to as the Elephant Trunk Coast. On the seashore of Etretat, the three most famous sea gates are Porte dAval, Porte dAmont, and Manneporte. The sea cliffs and connected beaches here attracted 19th-century French landscape painter Boudin, realist painter Courbet, impressionist painter Monet and other artists. Swimming.
UdjatThe Muséedelamarine Maritime Museum stands quietly among the old buildings on the old streets on the shore of Saint-Etienne Port. The original site is the Église St-Étienne church built in the 13th to 14th centuries. The collection includes shipbuilding tools, processes and models, ancient nautical charts, etc., which vividly introduce Honfleur's long maritime history and marine culture. Opening hours from April to September, Tuesday to Sunday 10:00-12:00, 14:00-18:00, mid-October to November, mid-February to March, Monday to Friday 14:00-18: 00, Saturday and Sunday 10:00-12:00, 14:00-18:00, closed from mid-November to mid-February. Tickets are 3 euros for adults and 1.8 euros for students. +The pass for the Normandy Museum of Ethnology and Folk Art is 4.2 euros for adults and 2.6 euros for students.
UdjatThe PontdeNormandie Bridge is known as the most beautiful bridge in the 20th century. Across the banks of the Seine, it is about 2 kilometers long and has a majestic posture. It connects the two small cities of Le Havre and Honfleur near the mouth of the river. The main body of the bridge is a steel truss cable stayed structure, which is a masterpiece of engineering.
M32***23If you want to feel small and insignificant, Milford Sound is the place for you. As you drive halfway along Milford Road, these mountain giants tower over you, everywhere, and you will see spectacular sights. If you are lucky to go there, then you must also make a cruise. Rain, hail or sunshine, this place will leave you breathless.
Musée d'Ethnographie et d'Art Populaire Normand,France
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Notre Dame de Grace, Honfleur - France: A historical site with half an hour walk from the city. It is located in the mountain so we have to walk up by following the road to get there. Or you can also drive there but the road is quite small. This is a must to go if you visit Honfleur.
Honfleur - France: A couple hours drive from Paris. This is a lovely town with old style building. We can take a walk around the city and enjoy nice Seafood meals there during the day. There are a lot of restaurants located nearby the pier. There is also an old church located up on the hill which take half an hour walk only. 🛥🛥🛥
Wake me up is not a dream, but a rich breakfast. Most of the hotels in South France are fixed, and the buffet seems to be rare, but the fixed food is just baked, and the taste is better.
The boss heard that I especially liked Relais & Chteaux, and drove us in the yard with a battery car to explain the monuments in the hotel. No way, it is too big.
I saw no, that little bronze medal, like a flower, that is the symbol of the Relais & Chteaux hotel. Every time I see this little bronze medal, I will be very excited. Who makes me his true love powder.
There are three stone carvings in the hotel that were designed when the manor was built, so it has a history of more than three hundred years. More precious is that it has never been repaired, but it is intact.
Let's take a look at the other buildings. The walls are covered with a thick layer of ivy. From here, we can see that these buildings are really for some years, and the protection is so good, it is amazing.