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Its our last day.Up at 5.30 We moved pitch last night, so we're on the main drive up to the chateau, so that we don't disturb anyone when we drive off.
Arrive at Ouistreham in good time and have our breakfast, while waiting in the ferry queue.
Its high tide and windy, so the ...
... towns, we had the massive town square completely to ourselves at 8.00 in the evening.
History lesson over - but the display is definitely worth a visit.
On a much less serious note we then spent the evening in the little TV room watching the Netherlands lose in penalties to Argentina - in the company of a lot of Dutch people - oh dear!
Monday is Bastille day so we are planning carefully to make sure we are in a good location for the ...
... in the US and a very wealthy man indeed whose passion was hot air ballooning. He bought it as a family holiday home, inaugurated an annual balloon festival and incorporated many balloon themed items into the furnishing - curtains, wallpaper, artworks, even furniture and light fittings, balloons were everywhere. It is still owned by his family and they still holiday here, at which time the chateau is closed to visitors. The bedrooms we saw upstairs were ...
... all of London. And who can forget about Wicked!? Seeing a show in London was worth the hassle and I wish we saw a Shakespeare play but we ran out of time. I highly recommend getting a London pass if you want to cram in the tourist attractions in a couple days and then see the rest of London. We spent $117 for the pass in January and I think the total we "spent" in London was £140! As for lodging, airbnb was great because we had a place to chill and hangout in for ...
... sense of loss and also of immense respect for the bravery and selflessness of all of the Allied soldiers.i took a picture of an old man gazing about him sombrely; later I found out that he approached one of our group and said to him, "All this because of one lousy *******!" I guess he hit the nail on the head. Off to Aromanches! Yikes! Aromanches was a dangerous place to shop. Found a St. James shop and bought a lovely rain coat and a gorgeous navy fishermen's ...
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