Manoir de la Marjolaine
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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After the cathedral, we went to the tapestry museum. Again, Jon waited whilst I went in (his insistence!) What a joy and a wonder! I remember learning about the Bayeux Tapestry at school and drawing Harold with his arrow in his eye. To stand and see the actual cloth... It was an amazing moment. The museum is so well done. The tapestry is stretched out in a darkened corridor, illuminated behind glass. Each visitor has an audio guide ...
... them and... Well.... European!! (Honestly, we've held back on manners reporting these past months!!) What we saw was very pretty, colourful and clever, especially the Normandy landings story - there was also flower power, French media, liberation, planting of the tree, racial equality. We ended up leaving before the end but it was a very pleasant (!) evening walk and Prego enjoyed the run in the park on the way back ...
... lives in her own apartment) wants. I tried out the new patio set that my parents bought for the cottage. I loved the hand rails that look like my cousin Zack’s childhood stuffed snake. I found genius carts that IKEA in Ottawa needs. And I genuinely had a great time visiting IKEA, even though people probably think it’s silly that I went. I finished my trip with an IKEA hot dog and laughed at the sauce ...
... of photos and film from 1944 that recapped the entire Normandy Invasion. It was very moving to see how joyous the French were when the troops arrived.
September 7, Sunday
A sunny day was perfect for our visit to Giverny, the home and studio of Claude Monet. Here were the gardens that inspired many of his later paintings, and in particular the Water Lily Garden series. His home has most of the ...
... 000+ names of soldiers who died in the war, but bodies were not recovered. On the other side there is a reflecting pond (much like the one in DC) which leads to the chapel (nondenominational). On both sides are the 9,000+ crosses which mark the graves of the American soldiers who died at Normandy. Included in these 9,000 are 309 graves which mark the remnants of soldiers that were not able to be identified. The cemetery slopes slightly downward towards a view of ...