Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Dinner at the Benedictine Palace

The Palace in Fecamp, is an ornate 19th century building, built in 1892.
It was destroyed by fire and rebuilt in 1900.
Venetian monk, Dom Bernado Vincelli first concocted the liqueur in 1505, using herbs from the local area.


 The museum in the Palace houses beautiful relics.


 One of the many ornate ceilings. 

 Collections of locks and keys.







 Our 3 course dinner.



5 comments:

  1. Wow, amazing place and amazing meal! Love the chocolate "treasure chest" of berries. Yumm!

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  2. Most appropriate that there is a collection of locks and keys! Did you get to sample the liqueur?

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  3. Well, you certainly don't go hungry - both eyes and mouths get their fair share of delights!

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  4. Great meal. Love all the keys.

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  5. More beautiful architecture. Dinner looked delicious.

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