Suitehotel Rouen Normandie

10 Quai Boisguilbert, Ilot Pasteur, Rouen, Haute-Normandie, 76000, France
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Gare de Rouen Rive Droite, Rouen, France 2007Gare de Rouen Rive Droite, Rouen, France 2007

At the Paris obelisk, Place Concorde, Sept 2009At the Paris obelisk, Place Concorde, Sept 2009

Facade and Tower (16C)Facade and Tower (16C)

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Travel from Deville les Rouen to Paris

by Stanzi

I will be staying in Deville les Rouen for a few days in October, and am trying to find out if there is a train to Paris for a day trip. When I try to search, everything comes up as Rouen. Surely Deville must have a train station? If not, how hard is it to get from Deville to Rouen to get the train to Paris? I will not have a car. Thanks!

Re: Travel from Deville les Rouen to Paris

by cubsur

Devilles les Rouen is a suburb about 4 miles from the city centre and Rouen station.

One of the city tram routes (T2) links Devilles les Rouen with the city centre; T1 runs through the nearby University into the city.

The city tram and bus website is here

http://www.tcar.fr/

T2 route map with stops

http://www.tcar.fr/ftp/plans_de_lignes/t2.pdf

There is no SNCF station locally. The nearest is at Maromme,about half a mile north. Trust that helps.

Re: Travel from Deville les Rouen to Paris

by leics

There are frequent buses to Rouen itself. Line 5 here:

http://www.tcar.fr/horaires/?rub_code=23

According to the mairie website, the nearest railway station is Maromme, 1.1km away:

http://www.annuaire-mairie.fr/ville-deville-les-rouen.html#transport

Trains to Paris from there take from 1h 26m, with one change. Train times, details and fares in French (easy to work out) here;

http://www.voyages-sncf.com/billet-train/horaires

One-way fare is 21.70 euro.

Do not use the English version, as you will be taken to Raileurope....a ticketing agency which does not list all departures and charges commission on tickets.

Re: Travel from Deville les Rouen to Paris

by Stanzi

WOW thanks you guys!!

Re: Travel from Deville les Rouen to Paris

by K_V_B

For a day trip to Paris I wouldn't buy a ticket in advance. Just turn up at the station and get your ticket there. Rouen main station is probably the best bet, as there are plenty of fast trains from there. These are regional trains, which you can't reserve, and your return ticket is valid on any one of these. So just grab a leaflet with the timetable on the way to Paris, and just pick a train to go back once you've seen enough there: -) (which in all honesty might be "never").

Travel Tips for Rouen

A tip for American coffee drinkers

by Voyageuse30

This tip is not necessarily just for Rouen, but France in general.
If you're an American who has not yet visited France, but you're getting ready to make your first trip to the land of fine food and wine, be aware that if you order a coffee in a French restaurant or cafe, hoping to get a nice big steaming mug of black java, you may be surprised. In the U.S., if we ask for a coffee, we will get a fairly good-sized mug of black coffee, no frills, no surprises. In France, however, if you just ask for a simple coffee (un café), it will actually be an ESPRESSO (see photo). So if you aren't exactly in the mood for an espresso, explore the other coffee options at your cafe/restaurant of choice, as there will most likely be several. And, unlike in the U.S. where the coffee quality can vary widely, if you order any kind of coffee in France (cappucino, americano, cafe au lait, etc.), it will most likely be of excellent quality. It won't be watered down like it is sometimes in the U.S.!

Église Saint Maclou, the organ and the rosace

by JLBG

The organ of the Église Saint Maclou was built in 1521. The marble columns are from Jean Goujon and the paneling is Renaissance style. It is topped by a rosace magnificently carved in stone, added with mostly red glass.

La Halle aux Toiles

by JLBG

La Halle aux toiles (Tissues Hall) was built in the 16th century for the trade of tissues, linen, etc... It was severely damaged in 1944 and rebuilt. The front, shown here, shows a whole set of high windows, topped by a large slate covered roof. It is now used mainly for art expositions.

Aître Saint-Maclou ...

by JLBG

Then go back to the previous pictures, enlarge them and you will see, skulls, jaws, rib bones, collarbones, humerus, radius, cubitus, femurs, etc… Is there anything missing to build a whole skeleton ? By the way, guess why dogs are not allowed to enter the "Aître Saint Maclou". Those who will find the correct answer will be rewarded a T-bone.

lunch on the terrace

by sue_stone about Brasserie Bar des Fleurs

I had a half day to myself in Rouen while Alex & Chris were off playing golf. After some sight seeing and shopping it was lunch time and my tired feet needed a break.

I wandered the streets looking for somewhere nice to eat and came across Brasserie Bar des Fleurs. The brasserie is located in the pretty Place des Carmes, and it had a large shady terrace which was filled with happy lunchers eating interesting looking meals.

Finding a small table, I took a seat and waited for a very very long time for them to take my order. Oh well, the people watching was great and hopefully the food was worth the wait...if only the guy sitting next to me would stop smoking! Well, the food was well worth the wait! I had the Salade Bergere, which was a salad with Parma ham, salad greens, tomatoes, honeyed walnuts and a couple of slices of bread with warmed goats cheese. It was absolutely delicious! Mmmmmm...goats cheese!

To drink I had a small carafe of white wine - well it seemed the right thing to do!

After lunch I went back to the hotel for a nap....must have been that wine ; )

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Address: 10 Quai Boisguilbert, Ilot Pasteur, Rouen, Haute-Normandie, 76000, France