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... It's quite intriguing. So we were heading for Versailles. Specifically the Starbucks to talk to our beautiful children and also to see the Palais de Versailles. (Yes we can boast that we have been to Starbucks Versailles). Think we managed to get there at a good time. There was still hordes of tourists but we didn't have to queue. The palace was very grand but I think I preferred Blenheim Palace. It had a slightly homier feel - as far as castles go. Would ...
... my Normandy experience! I had chicken in a cider sauce with fries. More importantly, I got a great view of Omaha beach during dinner! I struck up a conversation with a man from California who also was here for DDAY and he described the trip perfectly. He said it is like a pilgrimage that everyone has to make and he is just lucky enough to be here on the actual date. So true! After my dinner, I stopped at the cemetery for one last goodbye. Well, it was a quick goodbye since they close at ...
... me to drink it all. In total, I had done 4 completely new, completely French things. I successfully drove in France. I received an excellent French haircut. I ate a French cuisine staple. Lastly, I drank the local French liquor. I will add that this family originally comes from Germany so I had German beer for dinner on most nights, local French red wine with cheese, and finally Calvados brandy with dessert. Another Side note, I have discovered what cheeses I prefer. I like ...
... harbour and found an old sailing ship with workmen on it. We asked around and the short story was that they were not sailing until Sunday. We walked on and back to town, passing some lovely sailing craft, old and new. We had to stop whilst they lifted a bridge to allow a sailing boat to enter the harbour. Our host had recommended a walk along the outer harbour to a promontory. This was also on the way to the second potential ...
... for her, and she asked what we thought of it. It doesn't bother Ed, but he has driven in Naples, Italy, and I am convinced that if you can drive in Naples, you can drive anywhere! Actually, driving in France doesn't seem to be too bad, other than trying to find parking spaces in towns and villages. Still, I don't see how this lady manages to drive and read the map to get where she's going, but she is obviously doing it. She laughed and said it took her two days to figure out how to ...
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