B&B Caen Sud
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... at the grocery store down the street from the hotel.So i was ready if i got hungry.
At the Caen train station I was met with other Normandy travelers, my name on a big sign. Our guide was Patrice and my other travelers were a couple from Arizona, Kansas City and Brazil. A good mix. I also met a fellow Decatur, Illinois couple at the Caen Memorial.
As we arrived at the Caen Memorial I saw my second rainbow! As you will remember I saw ...
... much better involved about the events of that day in June and the weeks after, leading up to the fall of Paris. Thought we would buy some local cider and apple brandy(Calvados).The lady selling at her farm could not manage a smile, let alone a "thank you". Back to a free camping spot where we had lunch, on the cliffs overlooking the beaches. At Longues-sur-Mer. Beautiful sunset. Calvados tasted ...
I have to say that today was a day with a difference.
Dressage riders were leaving and Show Jumpers started to arrive.
There was a change in team leaders, and a change in officials.
We just had a really good little system going and now everything has changed. Oh well, Que Sera Sera.
Most of my day today was spent between the Novotel and Ibis Hotels, greeting Ground Jury members and Stewards and issuing them with their ...
... and it is going along nicely! Tune into Msnbc (we saw their tent!) for that show! Hint hint, if you don't record it Mom, I will be upset. After the cemetery, I decided to lighten to mood by going to play in some bunkers! It was fun!! They aren't as adventurous as me so I did a lot of the risk taking and stepping in water and through mud. More importantly, I was the only one who did NOT fall! Nick got a perfect 10/10 on his fall as he was walking down to a ...
... winds. We snapped a few pictures of the island before dashing behind the city walls. Like Carcassonne, once inside we were greeted with eateries and souvenir shops packed onto the small paths. We bypassed the stores and walked up the side of the town to the abbey. At the top of the hill is the gigantic abbey over looking the bay. It has several gothic styled rooms for prayer, meditation, and writing scriptures. The most interesting part were ...