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Today we road the Route du Cidre - a 50km loop around the Cidre vineyards of Normandy. It was fun! There areas many gorgeous little villages, and heaps of Zebra houses! Very typical of the region. We arrived at the final Cidre place, Genevieve. The man was lovely, knew we were Aussies - "cadel evans!!". We bought a bottle of Cidre and sat on his lawn enjoying it in the sun. In the afternoon we went to town and shared a Nutella crepe. ...
We were hungry when we arrived so of course, managed to find the patisserie for a chocolate croissant! So good!!!!!! We wandered around the gorgeous little town, bought a bottle of cider, and enjoyed it back at the van with some baguette and cheese. We stayed at a free Aire just down the road from the town. It was busy, we got almost the last ...
... reach the top of a sand dune and I was nearly out of breath doing that. Now, the beaches are a Parisian holiday and have cute houses lining the coastline. No matter how much things change, these beaches will always remain hallowed ground. Now, probably my favorite part of the day. I am going to sound like a little kid but I discovered some German bunkers outside the cemetery that I definitely did not know where there! I acted like I was 5 again. I quickly made my way ...
... go back to the year 810 and show her as related to William and Mathilda.
From there we headed to the D Day beaches, the American Cemetery, then the following day after a night in Bayeau, the British Cemetery, then the museum of the battle of Normandy. Two war events, 900 years apart. We also saw the amazing tapestry depicting the Battle of Hastings -- 70 meters long, showing the story of ...
... spent over 5 hours and still felt like we were rushing. Exhibits are divided into The World Before 1945, The World After 1945 and D-Day. The Battle of Normandy is depicted particularly well. An impressive array of objects, maps and photographs complements the text descriptions (in French, English and German - further expressing the aim for reconciliation). Films, scattered throughout the exhibits, ...