A giant clock that arches over the Rue du Gros-Horloge that runs from the cathedral to the square where Joan of Arc was executed.
Outside the Rouen Cathedral
Inside the Rouen Cathderal
Inside the Rouen Cathedral
Richard the Lionheart, his heart is kept at the cathedral
Pilori and Le Bucher
Pilori and Le Bucher where Joad of Arc was burned. In the background is The Church of St. Joan of Arc
The Rue du Gros-Horloge
Looking down the Rue du Gros-Horloge to the Cathedral. The Church of St. Joan of Arc is to the left and Le Bucher is just out of the photo to the left
Amy and Armistice Day Road
Street just outside our Holiday Inn in Caen. Named for Armistice Day and Amy's birthday.
Le Memorial de Caen - WWII Museum
Arromanches-les-Bains was the site of British landing on D-Day. In the water are the remains of 'Winston' an artificial harbor that was towed accross the English Channel
Mont Sainte Michel
Looking up at the town and abbey of Mont-Saint-Michel from the parking area.
Small garden and on the east side of the island and near the stairs leading up to the abbey.
Looking out from the terrace in front of the abbey's nave. The area around the island is mostly quicksand.
Sainte Mere Eglise
The bell tower at Sainte-Mere-Eglise. Paratroopers from the 82nd and 101st U.S. Airborne Divisions dropped into the town in the early hours of D-Day. One paratrooper was caught on the church tower. A manican replica hangs there now.
Our French Car
Our trusty voiture. It was a tiny Toyota something or other that took us over much of Northern France - offroading at times.
Landing craft and commemorative wall at Utah.
Sherman tank at Utah
Pointe du Hoc
Pointe du Hoc. American Rangers scaled the cliffs here to take out the German guns which covered the D-Day beaches.
Monument at the Normandy American Cemetary
U.S. Cemetery at Omaha
Normandy American Cemetery at Omaha.
Catherdral Notre-Dame de Chartres
The Town of Chartres
A street in Chartres. The streetlights are hung from chains spanning the street.
Looking down the little river that runs through Chartres.
Pyramid at the entrance of Musee du Louvre.
Arc de Triomphe
Arc de Triomphe. Commissioned by Napolean in honor of his victories.
Place de la Concorde
View of the Eiffel Tower and ferris wheel at gate leading from Jardin des Tuileries to place del la Concorde.
Eiffel Tower built by Gustave-Alexandre Eiffel for the Universal Exhibition of 1889.
Veiw of Hotel des Invalides from the Eiffel Tower.
The Eiffel Tower at night.
Cimetiere du Pere-Lachaise
Grave of Jim Morrison
Grave of Oscar Wilde
Moulin Rouge. A few blocks from Sacre Coeur in one of the more interesting areas of Paris. Amy had a chance to get picked up while taking this photo, but declined the offer.