Aigue Marine Hotel
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... However, I figured it could be worse and I could have a bunch of crazed Nazi’s trying to kill me. When you look down that cliff, you are just baffled at the courage of these men that scaled them. Thinking about what those guys did, I think you have to be half crazy and have dumb, but you definitely have to brave. These men just had another level of bravery and heroism and I have an entirely different perspective of their sacrifice after that ...
Who doesn't like a farm house breakfast? Home made pastries, yogurt, fresh fruit, coffee. Such a quaint, yummy, little breakfast. We eat by ourselves in the dining/family/living room. We hear little children’s voices speaking in rapid French as they come barreling into our breakfast- They add some sunshine to the cold cloudy day in Normandy. It turns out that our host Celine Emo wouldn’t be opposed to having a set of ...
Somehow I did manage to get these pics uploaded from our trip on the 9th to the part of Normandy where Monet lived. I thought I took a picture of his house, pink with green shutters, but somehow it's not around. Anyway, the gardens were nice, even this late in the season. JP is so funny, he was pointing out that some if the restaurants in Giverney claim that they were Monet's 'favorite.' There are 46 people on the cruise, of course ...
Steve reporting: Got to Versailles later than we wanted but very worth the trip. The opulence of Versailles is overwhelming as are the crowds! Wow to both! Glad we went and now off our bucket list. Today was the vacation opposite of our Montana fishing trip however we are so lucky to be able to do both. Food and wine both great. Lots of walking! Museums tomorrow . Women attractive and men ...
... to be even lazier than the day before, and picnic-ed in the hotel grounds, overlooking the beach. Katie and I had another dip in the sea, and (feeling very slightly guilty) we ordered afternoon tea on the terrace!
In the evening, after a swim in the pool, we played Bananagrams on the terrace, fortified by local cider, before making our way to the Brasserie de la Plage - all of 200 yards away!
Sunday morning was genuinely hot, and we contented ourselves with ...