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... We would have loved to have brought home a piece of both the pottery and glassware but we did settle on a small pottery piece which was well-wrapped for travel. The delightful young man who served us was the glass artist and his parents did the pottery - we have never seen anything like it before. The rest of time in Dinan was spent looking (no buying!) and again a town we thought would be great for a return visit with more time.
After about ...
... the harbor with a diary that remained perfectly intact. The driver of that tank, John Glass, survived the war and was living in the southwestern part of the U.S. He was contacted and reunited with his tank in France in the 1980's.
At the end of a long day of touring, we decided to treat ourselves to a nice dinner at our hotel which ended up to be way more than we expected. Here is a sample of what ...
... I got my wish. It was quite lovely, but none of the photos turned out, so I’ll just keep it as a memory.
The next day we drove back to Paris at the crack of dawn to turn the rental car in. When we picked the car up at Orly airport, we had arrived by bus, so we hadn’t had to navigate the airport via car. It was a nightmare, there were no signs anywhere so it took us forever to find the car return area, then we had to journey to our hotel near Charles de ...
... like living in combat. This Battery consisted of bunkers, pillboxes, ammunition stores, and even an underground hospital.
The Road Trip continued on to a small French town called Carentan.
Carentan was a vital spot for the Allies as the roads passing through it linked up with the port of Cherbourg in the north and Paris to the South. Here we went to a place called Dead Man’s Corner Museum. Becs decided she had ...
... causes and conflicts of WWII. It poured rain but then the sun came out. So it was into sunny skies that we reached the bluff which houses Normandy's American Cemetery and Memorial overlooking Omaha Beach. `
Later back at the house, Bernie, Brian and Erin enjoyed eating the fresh fish Brian got at the market that morning. We grilled with 'pommes et haricots'. After super we all walked Omaha Beach watching the sun set.
How has this campground rated in the past?
When we arrived although our caravan wasn't ready, they let us use the facilities such as the bar, pool, and games room, which was useful to keep occupied. Then the company we were staying with (keycamp) rang us on our phone, to alert us that our caravan was ready. All the facilities were five star, and there isn't much to fault. The site does get very busy and loud, At times, but personally this doesn't bother me. The majority of staff speak good English, and there are a range of optional activities provided. I payed for a weeks worth of wifi and it was not the best I must admit. I highly recommend this site. Would definitely go again
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