Le Chateau de Cottun
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Travel Blogs from Cottun
... swelling up and down nicely!
Find seats in a 'free' lounge and settle down to catch up on our sleep.
We'll soon be home, after almost 5000 miles.
Then it will be tackling a MH full of dirty washing, over 2 months post and the accounts to find out how much all this has ...
... surveillance and a lot of families were on the beach and in the water.
There were no shops, cafes or anything, just a lovely beach.
After dinner we went back to the beach to see the lights on the islands, but even at 11pm it still wasn't really dark.
We were joined by 3 other MH's and spent a very peaceful night.
... was out and they were used to pull the fishing boats back up the beach.
There were also a lot of people digging for shellfish, including people from the campsite.
Le Cormoran bills itself as' right on Utah ...
... done. We particularly liked the movie vignettes, where the personal histories of several GIs that died in battle were represented, starting from their youth all the way to their final moments on Omaha Beach - very moving.
We reluctantly left Omaha Beach in later afternoon to see our final site of the day - Pointe du Hoc. This is the place where the American ...
Ok...so excuse me if this blog is a bit disjointed. Today was a helluva day and the wine flowed too freely tonight. Today we were following the Canadian troops as they made their way inland towards Paris. Our first stop was Verrier Ridge..Operation Spring. This battle was a disaster, incurring the highest casualties since Dieppe. The famous Black Watch division had to move forward over open ground...wading through waist high grain ..sitting ducks for the Germans. ...