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It's nice to daly along this street in Rouen. It's a mixture of well known brands and unique local establishments and mostly seems very busy. Take the time to go down the side streets and alleys. If you want photographs then go before the shops...More
Perhaps I've been asleep under a log somewhere but Rouen surprised me as a travel experience. For us it was just another day-stop in a whirl-wind self driving tour of Flanders/Normandy - and that area offers some pretty fabulous options (think Bayeux tapestry, D-Day beaches,...More
It saddens me that I went with a group who tried to squeeze a trip to this city into half a day. While a neighbour of Paris, a few hours doesn't do this pretty city justice, as it carries an entirely different ambiance and history.
This is a wonderful quiet street down which to walk. It is lined with interesting shops of all kinds. Even though it often is full of tourists, it does not seem as ticky-tacky and touristy as one might expect. After searching fruitlessly in Paris for...More
We wandered round the old town, to one side of our hotel and then the other down Rue du Gros Horloge. It's interesting, and the clock is spectacular, but it felt a little less safe than other parts of the historic centre.