Pierre & Vacances Residence Le Green Beach
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today we had a bit of a lay in coz we can coz we are on holidays;-) We headed into the large metropolis of Bayeux to do some grocery and wine shopping and I was so surprised to find the wine we had at my end of 39th year birthday dinner at this little posh French restaurant in the Emporium in the Valley however that was in 2007 and it cost my darling husband $72.00 at the time, yesterday it cost €9. I think I have found my drink for France as it is ...
... and supplies from ship to shore, an amazing feat given the circumstances and timeframe. Unfortunately the weather was really not on our side today and it started to rain, so we jumped back in Fifi and sought out the nearest camping place and tonight we live like kings and queens, we have showers, toilets, electricity and wifi. Doesn't get better than that. Tomorrow we are headed for Utah Beach so will post more from ...
... is a rather unexpected attraction but more than worthy of any trip with kids. Home to more than 200 different alligators and crocodiles in all shapes and sizes, Alligator Bay also features tortoises and turtles, giant pythons, various lizards, and a tropical greenhouse. You can walk around the alligator enclosures by using a series of trails and wooden bridges. At first, I thought the alligator enclosure was the extent of ...
... that was constructed just off the shore at Arromanches in order to provide a safe place to unload all the supplies needed by the troops after D-day. This was something that I had never realised until we visited and it is quite an incredible feat that they achieved. For the years leading up to D-day, the British had secretly been constructing enormous concrete barriers that were designed to be sunk to the bottom of the sea. These were to form a surge barrier ...