Love their gargoyle downspouts1
The windows were my favorite; most stain glass doesn't look like much from the outside.
We ran into a hiking group.
The morning was too foggy to see anything even though we had waited until the morning to see this cliff so as to have the sun just right to take the other cliff.
The monument swoops toward the north, the direction the aviators flew.
Behind the pointer is a 2-dimensional statue of an airplane. This is one of the wingtips.
The rest of the plane along with Jane doing her sky walk imitation.
View from the tail, in more ways than one.
An exhibition museum also honors Nungesser and Coli.
On the huge lantern tower, we see the smaller watch tower as we saw elsewhere such as in Crepon.
Gothic on the left, Romanesque (Norman) on the right
As seen from the Charles DeGaulle Square (which features a WWI monument)
The Hote de Ville appends to the Abbey church
A very well documented church (in two languages)
Peter should be holding a holy water sprinkler, but it seems to have gone missing.
Altar in the Mary Chapel
The oldest stain glass, maybe in Normandy -- of the Apostles
after and before renovation
Beautifully landscaped gardens
camera did this one
I did this one