Chambres D'Hotes De Carentan
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Today, we toured some of the Normandy Beaches and learned more about them. We got dressed in our Sunday best and went to see Omaha Beach. We went inside to discover a bit more about D-Day and the following events. We then went to a French ward for church. I was surprised that they had translators! But we shared one translator, so the majority of the meeting was completely foreign. We left after Sacrament meeting and met a ...
... in five minutes. The aircraft's last contact came at 5.04am acknowledging a message from a controller, before falling silent. Eberspacher had been scrambled to patrol the Normandy coast in his Focke-Wulf 190 fighter in the early hours of D-Day as the wave of RAF bombers headed towards their target. The Lancaster had successfully bombed the gun emplacements at Pointe du Hoc and turned for home when their plane came under fire. English newspapers – ...
... I have been missing the 2E (my apartment/gang), so it was great to see Caroline again, Plus Caleb - an honorary 2E member.
I kept stalling. I didn't want to go through security. Mostly, though, I didn't want to hug anyone goodbye. I had said goodbye to my best friend, Candice, and her family the night before, and when we hugged I turned into a blubbering mess. So I was terrified that if I hugged Caroline goodbye, I'd melt into a mess on the floor of ...
... and the Bayeux Tapestry.
The Bayeux Tapestry (embroidery) is quite amazing as it is about 70 meters long and was commissioned In the 11th century and tells a story of the happenings before the Norman invasion and then the Battle of Hastings in 1066. You have an audio guide to go with it and in almost one continuous motion the line moves from start to finish.
We headed back to Wimereux afterwards with a stop along a few other sights of the ...
... absorb a fraction of the the history and culture from a short visit, follow the path of the Allied and German armies during the months of June-August 1944, visit some of the major cemeteries containing the casualties from this three month onslaught, retrace some of places observed on several previous visits into the region and generally absorb aspects of this picturesque part of the French nation.
Each time I've been to France I've always been struck by how large this ...