Manoir de la Marjolaine
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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I have now left Courseulles-sur-Mer after a wonderful 4 weeks. I walked to work with my luggage and said my goodbyes. I got a ride to the bus stop and headed to Caen. I had 15 minutes to make my train to Paris, but naturally there was a laundry truck in the middle of the road about a minute away from the station and my bus arrived 4 minutes before my train. I ...
My last official day in Courseulles-sur-Mer has come and gone. I spent my final day tying up all loose ends. I cleaned my desk, returned all borrowed stationary, and put books back. In the morning the Portraits of Honour artist's grandson came. He was stunned and honoured to see that a display was made for his visit. We gave each of the students a pin of remembrance and it was a really nice way to bring the past and the ...
... Coffee overlooking the harbour. The Allies towed huge concrete blocks across the Channel and created an artificial "Mulberry Harbour" here at Arromanche-les-Bains. Lunch on a headland, then on to Omaha Beach( there were 5 areas of beach landings, named Sword, Omaha, Juno, Gold and Utah.) Finally the American War Cemetery, where over 9000 military are buried. Good displays and films again, so we ...
... on the beach looking outward I found myself imagining what it would have been like that morning of D-Day - imagining the boats, full of soldiers, moving towards the beach. I was struck by the length of the beach - the Canadians were responsible for a 7 km stretch of the beach!! We then made our way down to the Juno Beach Centre. Here we had time to take in the beach (my favourite part), ...
... and Yanks and every shop was selling flags and WW II memorabilia. Off the shore you could still see the remains of the massive concrete casinos that had been towed across from England and sunk to form a harbour for the ships disembarking troops ands supplies after the landings. The place will be full off tourists next month with the 70th anniversary of d-day being celebrated for most of the month. Bayeaux Cathedral has a ...