BEST WESTERN Hotel Le Dauphin Le Spa Du Prieure
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... fought a bit of a headwind as I rode south
It was a long bike ride. About 75 kilometers or just shy of 50 miles, which normally would not be much, but on a foreign bike , in long pants, a peacoat, and my man purse naggingly falling to my side, it was s a bit of a struggle.
Several not surprising things strike you ...
... the military tactics of the master plan on a 3D model of the area. The objective was to establish a bridgehead to secure the east flank, thus enabling the entire Allied armies, due to land on the Normandy beaches, the opportunity to sweep on to Paris, Brussels, Antwerp and the Rhine. We then watched a film, with a foreword by Prince Charles with a lot of original footage and also a march past of the Veterans. It was very moving and made us proud to be British. ...
... dad taught me parallel parking on a dime. What I didn't learn was how to do it on the left hand side of the road...took me more than one try to get it.
We wandered around the town a bit and then settled for lunch at Le Bernieres. Alyssa had the "best burger ever", I had steak with an egg on top (what?) and mom and Kaelyn both had salads. Halfway through lunch I noticed that Kaelyn was not going on and on about ...
... went downtown to a cafe where people started drinking, again. It was a lot of fun to see a Gainesville or college type scene in another language and in France! The only difference is EVERYONE SMOKES! I have to wash everything again just to get rid of the awful smell. It was fun talking to everyone and hanging out! It was a different side of Caen that. I have not see and probably will not see again! After that cafe(it seemed more like a bar) closed, I followed the group to a club. In ...
... name and, as those of you who've had it know, the flu is anything but impersonal. In fact, one gets to know the depths of ones self pretty well while laying in agony awaiting the death of those viscous viral pieces. Frankly, you really do explore the extremes of your mind at this point because you start to plot against the little monsters to hasten their death in any way possible. It's either you or them at this point-or so ...