BEST WESTERN Hotel Les Bains De Perros-Guirec
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We started the day off strolling through Caen's abbey and castle--the abbey was beautiful, very similar to Notre Dame. We ate Clemson-colored macaroons and other pastries while staring at it! I'm starting to discover that a whole load of sugar for breakfast does not keep one hungry for long…oh well!
We stopped over in Bayeux, a name I still can't pronounce right, (I'm having trouble remembering ...
... we could start early at CLAUDE MONET'S HOUSE AND GARDENS. Met a VERY nice and helpful waiter that gave us a brochure of the entire area and helped us find a hotel. Yay, nice French people and waiters. They should teach that to the rest of Europe.
Excuse any poor grammar or sentence structure because I don't know which way is up at this point and I can't type with my left index finger...
Today we decided to head off to see what is know as the pink granite coast. It is called that due to the pink granite stones which, during sunset, glow a mysterious shade of pink. As yesterday was a very long day, we set off a bit later at 11.30am. The journey was quite an easy one, although we did have have a difficult moment with Rose when she spotted an IKEA store en route. A brief tantrum ensued when we told her that we certainly don't want ...
... after the initial D-Day landings. The Allies needed deep water for supply ships; but the Germans had control of the French Channel ports. The solution was a temporary harbor called Port Winston after British Prime Minster Winston Churchill. The concrete mulberry barges that were used as a temporary harbor are still visible from Arromanche as a reminder of the Allied invasion in June 1944. The students had the opportunity ...
Well, about to wrap up my trip here in France and I have to say it's been an amazing adventure. I haven’t slowed down one bit and I’m actually looking forward to getting back home so I can finally take a break. I know that sounds bad, but it is really is exhausting with so much traveling and a bit of stressing hoping you got on the right train and that you don’t get lost on some country road in Northern France.
My trip ...