This year the summer holidays have a special flavour. It's the first holiday for the six of us, and it's also the first post-confinement holiday. So we chose a destination that was both close and far away. A bit of the sea, a bit of the countryside too, it's at the Maison Plûme that we put our bags down for a few days.
Jeanne and Simon welcome us in their lovely house on the banks of the Seine, a few steps from Le Havre, Rouen, the cliffs of Etretat and the charming Honfleur.
The first day will be spent on the pebble beach and shellfish at Yport, a small fishing village that has kept all its authenticity and that had already seduced us during our first visit.
The second day will be devoted to Le Havre with a visit to the MuMa (for André Malraux Museum of Modern Art), and no doubt a little tour of the seaport, before returning not too late to enjoy our cosy room.
A bike ride later, it will be time for the children to sleep, and for us to enjoy a little tea while watching the sun set over the Seine.
And if you want to see more, well you'll have to come because words will never replace the feeling of tranquillity that reigns here...
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See you soon,
Manon & Quentin