Chateau de Pont-Rilly
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... trying to find the cemetery as I had forgotten I passed the sign for it on my direct way into the beach. I was about halfway to Pointe Du Hoc before I realized the error and turned around. Pointe Du Hoc had to be needed to be the last place that I visited as I wanted to spend a lot time there. One thing I did notice about the museums regarding DDay and the Allied invasion. They are all pretty much the same. Once you’ve seen the uniforms, ...
... for 24 hours with many casualties but was the key city for D-day and the intention to take over the coast and securing the allied forces at Caen.
Magali gives us 20 min to get some baked goods, shaving supplies, and other little errands before we start the 1 hour drive back to Bayeux. On the way back Magali shares a little bit about her life and her relationship with her sister and mother. Magali is a different kind of ...
... to check out the nearest boulangerie for tomorrows croissant and the local supermarket where we bought a bargain bottle of gold medal winning wine for only £3.60 to toast our first night in France.....happy days!
The campsite is brilliant, we have a huge pitch with hedging on 3 sides for privacy, there is every amenity you could wish for including wifi and free use of the sauna, and all for only £12 per night!
... before stopping for lunch outside a cafe on the river.
We took a train back to Caen (and were nearly fined 35 Euros each due to a lack of tickets) and went to see the castle and had a look around several churches there. As we had a bit of time left before our train home we had a look around the shops on the high street, and Juliet fell in love with a ...
We spent the next morning in the town of Bayeux, just a few kilometers from our gite in Vers sur le Mer. This town miraculously was virtually untouched by the fighting in Normandy since the Germans were busy defending Caen, just up the road. While the town is picturesquely situated on the Aure river, and has a lovely Gothic cathedral, its real claim to fame is the tapestry housed there.
The tapestry is actually an ...