Pablo was already three years behind but had been doing better until his brother was murdered, at which point he spiralled into drugs and depression.
The writer Guy de Maupassant lived in Fécamp for some time, and some of his stories are set in the town.
Fitting of a glamorous beach destination, amenities abound, including places to rent parasols, lounge chairs, and old-fashioned striped cabanas.
Although the abbey was badly damaged in 1417 during the Hundred Years' War, the 15th-century Saint-Nicolas Tower remains intact.
The Mémorial de Caen is also the Center for History and Peace in Normandy, which aims to educate the public and promote the concept of reconciliation.
One of the is the Abbey Church, reached by climbing a 200-meter pedestrian path and then 350 steps to the highest point of Mont Saint-Michel.