Tag Archives: Rouen

Mont-Saint-Michel, France

Le Tour De France – Part Six, Normandy & Brittany

Normandy & Brittany Thousands of years ago, the UK was attached to modern day France and although those land ties have long since been broken, a special bond and landscape similarity remains between Essex & Kent in England and Breton et Normandie en France. The fact that a Eurotunnel train only takes 35 minutes to link Folkestone […]

Olivia’s Travels

This is a very painful post for me. Very recently we lost our best friend in the whole world – Olivia, our 11 year-old poodle. Some people may not fully understand this statement, but many more will. In either case, we had some fabulous travels with our Oli and have 11 years of truly fabulous […]

2015 ends, 2016 beckons……

2015 has been a pretty good travel year for me. It started as you would expect in January when I went to Iceland to celebrate my 50th birthday. We did not manage to see the Northern Lights, but had a fabulous time in a Winter Wonderland of waterfalls, hot springs, glaciers, unusual churches and loads […]

Mont-Saint-Michel, France

Le Tour de France – Stage Six

Normandy & Brittany Thousands of years ago, the UK was attached to modern day France and although those land ties have long since been broken, a special bond and landscape similarity remains between Essex & Kent in England and Breton et Normandie en France. The fact that a Eurotunnel train only takes 35 minutes to […]

Rouen Cathedral, France

Track & Rouen

Imagine yourself in the early ’60s having a vision. “Wouldn’t it be a great idea if you could catch a train from England all the way to France. Even better, what about a train to transport you and your car there?” We take the fact that you can do just that for granted now, but […]