you really do get around (c:
Ohhhh, I've been on that ferry! Hey, you sure do spark the old memories in my "blue matter"!! :)PatGuelph Daily Photo, My Photos.
Isn't it possible to build a bridge ? But maybe they consider there isn't enough traffic to build one.There are several ones to cross the Seine too, and according to this page :http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bacs_de_la_Seinethe trips are now free.£6.10, this is rather expensive, I think so too.We had to take one of them during the "Armada" (Rouen) in 2003, (and at that time, it was not free, but can't remember how much it was).If you want to know more about the "Armada" which is a great event :http://www.armada.org/Presentation-en--1.htm
the Armada looks wonderful - the closest we've had here is the occasional visit of the 'tall ships'.
quite pricey! but, to get to the other side I suppose it's worth the cost. Our ferries here in Seattle, WA are expensive, but the distances are somewhat greater. 15 - 60 minutes depending on where.
Yeah,I would like to say one thing,That is "Change in which you can believe".----------------------Rahmanferry to france[url=http://www.norfolkline.com]ferry to france[/url]
I think £6.10 is little expensive for that ride.Cheers
Beautiful ferry pic!. But don't you think £6.10 is too much for 5 minutes ride? In UK we get cheap cross channel ferriesfrom Uk to France and they provide quite comfortable ride.
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