Vernon is where you step off the train from Paris if you go to Giverny, visiting Monet’s garden. Since it is on your way, why not take its streets for a quick walk and find houses, carrying history on their walls.

It’s not a view that will particularly amaze you and you might see similar ones in so many other towns, but it is sympa as they say in French and there is a gothic church, a impressionism museum, a tower and an old mill. Even more, chilling by the river Seine might not be such a bad idea if you have the time and the heat of the sun already made your head a bit dizzy…

Before you hit the train and go back to bare asphalt and cement.

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