Stores, Malls or Markets in Haute-Normandie

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    The Halles: market at Lyon

    by gwened Written Apr 9, 2014

    this is a picturesque small town in the haute normandie region, And one of the most beautiful villages of France or les plus beaux villages de France. As well as designated four flower or quatre fleurs in the designation o flowery towns of France or villages fleuri.

    It is located in the middle of the forêt domaniale de Lyons, that gives the name to the town in this region of the Vexin normand, or the le pays de Lyons.

    The town is mentioned as a dukedom from the year 936AD so very old, and one of the highlights is passing by the Halles, from the 17C, restored in 1776 by the last lord of Lyon ,the duke of Penthièvre. It was one of the favorite towns of the dukes of Normandy. The marché is held here and very nice around those wooden houses !

    The place serve in 1932, as decoration for the scene of the agro fair in the film of Jean Renoir, and then again in 1990 in the film by Claude Chabrol entitled both « Madame Bovary ».


    easiest way to come here is by car, A13, exit or sortie n°17 Gaillon ,then follow Les Andelys, Ecouis, and Lyons or exit or sortie n° 20 Pont de l’Arche,then follow Pont Saint Pierre, Fleury sur Andelle, Charleval, and, Lyons
    train from Paris gare st lazare stop Rouen then bus 500 line Perriers sur Andelle – Lyons la Forêt – Rouen.schedule
    http://www.eure-en-ligne.fr/webdav/site/eure-en-ligne/shared/formulaires/Transports/LIGNES%20REGULIERES/Ligne500_4v.web.pdf

    What to buy: Every thursday, Saturday and Sunday morning with plenty of small local producers , veggies, fruits, cheeses, cider, wine, meats, the works

    What to pay: good country prices and top quality of what you came to eat in France!

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    Auzou Chocolaterie: get local macarons Auzou

    by gwened Written Dec 23, 2013

    so passing towns in France is a delight, and when here the best is to get the chocolates and macarons of Auzou.

    this guy is a master and also in other towns like amiens,Rouen,and le havre. the products are well known in the area. In Evreux open Tuesdays to Fridays from 9h to 19h30, Saturdays 8h to 19h30, and even Sundays from 8h30 to 13h

    the shop is lively fully stock and well display of all the goodies of the macarons lighted recipe.

    What to buy: macarons glacés to stop by for them! just like grandmother used to make them.

    What to pay: good prices compare to Paris

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    Le Havre shopping: shopping areas of Le Havre

    by gwened Written May 25, 2013

    many areas of heavy shopping in Le Havre other than those individually named in tips before are

    Les Halles, from the Hôtel de Ville along Rue Paul Doumer, behind the volcan, and along avenue Foch, Blvd François II, and Rue Voltaire and Richelieu
    http://le-havre.coeur2ville.com/etablissement/les-halles-centrales

    near the hotel de ville in the district of St Vincent, full of chic branchée boutiques, From the Hotel de Ville along avenue du Général Leclerc to porte Océane to place St Roch

    Rue de Paris, the main street by the bassin du Commerce, a nice archtectural area, promenades under arcades, between the city and the harbor.

    What to buy: many things not usually found in big stores, chic boutiques and colorful local items

    What to pay: nice prices can be found for unique items

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    Espace Coty: shopping center Coty

    by gwened Updated May 25, 2013

    This is a 3 level mall shopping center in city center, very nice modern with all amenities, and two floors of shops and restos plus the big FNAC on the 3rd level.

    Stores open from 9h30 to 20h, monoprix from 8H30 to 21h and FNAC from 10h to 19h30
    underground car parking available for 900 cars. Elevators/lifts and escalator stairs.

    Love its airy feeling,and the place was packed with shoppers. maitre kanter restaurant, FNAC ,Armand THiery, and C&A, micromania, yves rocher, casa, chez paul, brioché dorée, nicolas some of our favorites.

    Great for the entire family. We will be back.

    What to buy: anything you would in a shopping center or mall.

    What to pay: prices to seek out the best deals

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    Auchan hypermarket: groceries a l'Auchan

    by gwened Written May 25, 2013

    This is one of our favorites hypermarkets in France, not in our area, but we came to Le Havre and needed to see it. Its not in city center, but the tramway takes you here if not a car like me.

    with the car you go under the tunnel jenner in city center underground tunnel,nice.
    The hypermarket has everything you need for the house and more, groceries food items is what we like the most but also music and video tapes.
    The link has a lively music so keep speaker low volume lol!!!

    What to buy: groceries

    What to pay: good big chain prices

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    Super U.: Super stock..in 'Super U'

    by diosh Written Sep 18, 2009

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    Brilliant for a self catering holiday. Extensive stock, fresh veg and wonderful druit-all at reasonable prices.
    Although the Euro no longer goes very far! I worked on a £1= 1 Euro basis, which was near enough the rate of exchange.

    What to buy: Booze!!
    Wine was very reasonably priced, starting at 1.35 Euros, for a very drinkable red! They stocked many ciders as well as Calvados- being the production area for those alcoholic beverages.
    They even stocked magazines with phoros and articles about my nephew- the global hearthrob!
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    What to pay: We shopped for 4 and divided the bills by 4 each shop. My share came to 18.50 Euros, for the week- really cheap and we ate well!

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