Jen arrived a bit earlier than Cathy and I and was lucky enough to hear "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" played by the carillon bells.
|There are wall to wall grave stones. This is just the part that shows Omaha beach in the background.|
|The front door of our hotel, "Hotel de Bourgtheroule".|
|Inside the hotel courtyard|
The Hotel de Bourgtheroulde, is a stone mansion of the 15th century added in the reign of Francis I., the façades are decorated with bas-reliefs representing scenes from the meeting of the Field of the Cloth of Gold and allegories from the Triumphs of Petrarch.
Cathy had a migraine headache as we came into Rouen so she slept while Jen and I went out for Indian food and brought back some tanduri for Cathy.
Then, good night!