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TripAdvisor Reviews No8 Mailly-Champagne
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... all of which were build after the entire town was burnt down in 14th century.The construction of these homes are really something to see, it almost looks like they built one place and then kept adding another and another all joined together all different shapes and sizes and a mixture of materials.The majority are build from the wooden external supports with the limestone mixture in between, occasionally there are some ...
... but I'm afraid they lost me a million years ago. It was all about fossils from Le Falaises de Vache Noir (black cow cliffs I think) and the dinosaurs that existed in this area. It would have been very interesting for those keen on this sort of thing but I'm afraid that's not me.
The majority of vans had left when we came out so we moved over to the kerb side of the road for the night.
Supper was cocktail ...
... of an iconic photo showing a solitary damaged house on the beach. It was the site of fierce fighting and I think the Canadians took the bulk of their wounded and killed there. The antitank gun which took out 6 tanks of the Hussars is there.
that is about it for our trip. We are sitting at CDG now waiting for our plane to come home. I think we hard a fun memorable holiday. I will try to download a few photos later but Madeline is complaining that she is hungry.
... and looked for a seaside restaurant to eat in. After reading a few of the menus I decided not to eat at a restaurant as they were primarily seafood places, of which I am not a fan. I opted to continue walking around and stopped in at a few bakeries to see what they could offer me in the way of lunch. I opted for a croissant and baguette, then I went to the grocery store and bought a variety of deli meats, cucumber and lettuce. I ...
... Tate is supper skinny and does not do cold very well. We then had baguettes for dinner (when in France and when its 7pm and you cannot be bothered to cook) and managed to live together another day in our little Sven. So I think the best bit about the day is that although we had whining and we had problems and things went wrong we all worked together and dealt with it really well without getting cross with the kids and I think this is why for me it was a perfect day.