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On the French Stage

Pretty much all of my recent posts have exclusively detailed the journey from Cardiff to Paris by bike with the Cardiff Blues, which means no updates have been posted about events past Monday 7th June! 1,573 more words

Gareth

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. 1,174 more words

France

France ~ Giverny, Monet's Gardens and Home, Les Andelys, Chateau Gaillard, Rouen

Monday, July 20th ~ Uniworld River Cruise, Seine River, France

What a full, scenic, enjoyable, active, gluttonous, fantastic day! I can’t begin to tell you how much we are enjoying our… 638 more words

Travel

No time to relax...

July 11, 1965. Rouen Grand Prix (F2) Incredibly, Jim had little or no time to enjoy the Silverstone win. He was due to race the following day (Sunday) at Rouen in another F2 event, again in the Ron Harris Lotus 35-Cosworth. 544 more words

F1

Rouen Flower Shop

Hello everyone – sorry I have been away again for a little while but I thought I had better return with some brand new posts. 64 more words

HDR Photography

11th Port Guide to Rouen, France - April, 1945

This guide was written by Jacqueline Mallard (Special Service Section, 11th Port)  in April, 1945 to serve as a self-guided tour of the city of Rouen, France to the members of the 11th Port.

Open the Rouen Guide.

History

The Tour Escort

Crew can sign up for passenger tours. There is a list and the crew member can put down up to three choices of tours to join as an escort, what we do during the tour is lead the passengers from the ship to the bus and then follow the tour guide and enjoy ourselves. 631 more words

Macarena