Honfleur + Normandy

I realized I never posted these last few pictures of our trip to France this past fall. I’ll be finishing this mini France series with a few photos taken in Honfleur (with an exception of one being taken in Mont St. Michel). We loved all of the breathtaking views, especially the one from above Honfleur. What I love about Honfleur is it was a town that inspired my favorite artist, Monet. The views of the colorful boats in and the water didn’t disappoint. So many colors and different textures that were mesmerizing! In fact, the only negative thing about Honfleur was how many tourists have discovered the little town. In order to get away from the “touristy” restaurants, we needed to do some research and escape the main area along the water.

I ordered some of the best mussels I’ve ever had at L’Homme de Bois (recommended to us by the local owners of the airbnb we were staying in), and the ambiance was your typical perfect French setting. We sat outside and spent a good hour and a half people watching and enjoying the food.

We spent our last afternoon in Honfleur walking down to the beach with a baguette, ham, cheese, and fruit. It was the perfect meal and end to our trip before having to drive back to Paris for our last day.

x Sarah

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{Mussels from L’Homme de Bois}

{Trekking through Mont St. Michel in my favorite Loft pants (very similar)}

{Loft sweater — love this one, Mango flatforms — love these and these}

{Wearing my Loft pants again in Honfleur — these are almost identical, also from Loft!}

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