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Weather: As usual, cloudy with occasional glimpses of sunshine. Rain in the afternoon. Very windy - high wind chill factor. Top temperature in Perros-Guirec today was 17C. See a picture below of Summer in France!
We spoke with the lady at the front desk and she said it is unusually cold for this time of year. It should be about 25C.
We decided to have a banana in our room this morning (breakfast not included ...
... the menu by accident?
Jan: This is delicious but really, I'm ready to be done...oh wait, I see a cheese cart coming....
This dinner was 2.5 hours long. The food incredible. The wine delicious. And all for 139 Euro (about $200) which was the cost of one night hotel. The presentation and the annoyingly obnoxious Frenchmen and his very young girlfriend next to us kept us entertained between courses.
... via bus, train, another bus… it was a long day and in retrospect I’d have planned it much differently. We had planned to go back into Paris that night to hang out, but we were just too exhausted. So instead we left our budget hotel and walked over to the Hyatt for a nice dinner and some wine. Anyway, there we ran into the same couple we’d met in Honfleur a few days earlier-small world!
It was hard to say goodbye to Deb :(
Next-the Loire ...
... was time for another photo.
Finally we headed to Ouistreham to see the memorial at Sword Beach where I completed my photos at all 5 D-Day beaches. This was another British beach where some ANZACs landed on D-Day. I was surprised by the huge size of these beaches and pleased that there is so many memorials and a lot of things preserved.
From there we travelled towards Caen and made a stop at Benouville to see Pegasus Bridge.
... enjoyed our own private historic account of D-Day, driving the countryside remembering the occurrences on location. 'Bertrand' took control immediately, even getting Brian to give him the keys to the car "because it would be easier for him to drive". We began with a lesson on tanks... "Hetzer" "Sherman"... Did you know the British named the US Sherman tank? 10 hours and it was well worth every minute.
DAY THREE: ...