Quick Recap of Rouen


Dans ces images vous verrez l’eglise de Jeanne D’Arc, Le Gros Horlage, et mon repas.

“Le Bucher” is the place were Joan of Arc was burned at the stake, “Mur Pare Feu” is the wall that kept the houses from being burned down from the flame.

That little round thing on the plate with the half eaten food is escargo that I tried. It was definitely a “when in France” moment. The turn over thing, “Chausson Madame Paul”, had apples and Camembert cheese, which is a regional desert. Poulet/Chicken, and Creme Brulee. All pretty amazing, and of course we topped it off with some Rose wine, and Kier.


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