Back in September my section at work went on a leadership retreat - to a winery. It was a two hour drive down to Purcari, but we had a wonderful day. These are photos of what we had for lunch, then of grapes being dumped in the masher, then lastly of all of us!
Honfleur's church was built in the 18th century in the shape of an inverted ship, using ship construction methods. This makes for a somewhat different looking church. It's also still a very used parish church, as you can see from the posters and such.
We have learned that small groups at Griffin Pub are fine. It's the big groups that throw them for a loop. The particular night of these pictures, the group was huge. It took two hours to get our food.
We went from Paris to Normandy on Monday. On Tuesday, we decided to go to Honfleur. It was a beautiful sunny day, if a bit chily. The carousel is on the yacht basin and glitters in the sun. It was a pretty crowded day in Honfleur, too, but we managed to have a good time.
While we truly enjoyed the air show in June, it would have been more awesome if the weather had cooperated. as you can see in these photos, Sunday's exhibition was cut short by rain. We plan to go back and to be part of the crowd.