Harbor and Quay
Dieppe harbor supply the fine
restaurants of Paris with much of their fresh seafood . . .
. . so the seafoodserved in Dieppe must be even
Here the fishing boats share the harbor with yachts, sailboats and
pleasure craft. The food we had in restaurants along the Quai
Henri IV lived up to the French reputation and the service
surpassed it. The
city has been a popular destination for the British for many years and
English is widely, if not universally, understood. Contrary to
stereotype, they don’t even seem to mind conversing in it.
which cross the English
Channel to Newhaven.
The ferry port is at the
northeast side of the mouth of the river, just below La
Chapelle de Notre-Dame de Bonsecours, the small chapel that
sits on top of the cliff and which is visible from most anywhere in