Jardin Gorbeau Etretat Guesthouse
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... a good range of shops in the centre of town with a small shopping mall for food shopping so ideal for yachties. The Marina is huge but very expensive in comparison to Boulogne but it doesn't seem to put people off visiting, the facilities are a bit of a joke, the Marina is vast with over 90 visitors berths alone, but there is only 1 washing machine and it ...
After yesterday's escapade we were up early again after refuelling in Fecamp and out first thing to get to Le Harve for just after lunch, it was a case of getting back on the horse quick after falling off and it was a breeze - downwind all the way. The entrance looked slightly daunting but not as daunting as the fog last night, it was still there this morning (the fog) as we left but fortunately it didn't envelop us like last ...
Today we went to a place to learn about D-day. D-day is the day the canaidians, the Americans and the English landed in Normandy. They had done this to try and stop the Germans making hitlers wish become. His wish was to take over Europe and make it all Germany. He eventually committed suicide because every thing he had was ...
... had moules and croque monsieur and frites. How good was that. We are heartily and then finished it off with a butter caramel crepe which we watched the girl make. Yum!!! With our tummies full and our spirits renewed, we went shopping. The boys both got new sweaters which I think the weather suggested. They both look quite good in them. I got nothing, surprise. After walking through the town we then went back to the bus for our return to the riverboat.
... I felt so awkward and embarrassed as they all sat dead still and stared, while the owner began to speak (very fast....gosh I didn't even pick up the bonjour at the beginning...haha). Our attempt at asking for coffee seemed to fall on deaf ears so I practically left David behind and dashed out the door as the man yelled Au revoir. We continued on for another hour before arriving in the most lovely seaside town and we enjoyed ...