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Travel Blogs from Honfleur
This was the last continental leg of our big drive home from Mallorca. WeŽd never heard of it, but it was the standard two hours from our last stop in the Chateau, and looked nice, so we went for it. Went via Deauville, and were glad we hadnŽt stayed there-nice long beach, but not much else....so we were pleasantly surprised by this place. Very picturesque, with Norman ...
... could also see the burrows in the face cliff where Germans would have been placed as spotters for incoming British sea and aircraft. We noted that if you wished to, your could walk around the base of the cliffs at dead low tide to the next bay, you would have to crawl through a tunnel in the base of the big arch and then you were on the secluded beach. If you left your return trek too late, the tide will trap you. For these circumstances the authorities have affixed a ...
... Channel and then up into Honfleur. It is a scorcher of a day, maybe 30 I think We are staying in the top two room above a tiny restaurant and right now the room is filling with smells of fresh croissants being baked, we can stand it no longer, we are going down for breakfast !!! Now heading East to Etretat via the new Normandy Bridge, abeautiful suspension job. Came across a great roundabout en route with a huge man and his horse, in fact we passed a couple like this. Quite ...
... hanging, eating around a brazier with fashionable craft beers. It started innocently with a 'mother f*&%#ing holy bloody mary’ (which tasted exactlyas it sounds), progressed through to the gin bar, beers, vodkas, then onto the reds. With a little relocation at some point in the night to a squishy sweaty jazz bar we eventually stumbled home, still with intentions of getting the ferry the next night.
Obviously the next morning that idea was replaced with ...
... however there's also Stars of David. Some information on the grave site....it's 172.5 acres; 9,387 headstones; 9,238 Latin crosses; 149 Stars of David; 1,557 missing in action, 45 sets of brothers; and 3 Medal of Honor recipients. The cemetery was obviously something else and very well laid out and done to remember our fallen soldiers. It was very interesting though people watching in the graveyard. The young who haven't experienced war ...
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