B&B Caen Sud
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... the French flags. We learned later that Canadian regiments liberated Normandy and the surrounding areas. Clearly the French are still grateful. It was very touching.
We visited the Juno Beach Centre. It's a Canadian owned and Canadian operated museum right on Juno Beach. The museum was very informative, and also played a pretty heart wrenching video when you are done. Once you exit the museum, there are remains ...
... intended to arrive in Normandy around 11am but instead were closer to 2pm. It wasn't a terrible delay but we still need to get our car and get to our hotel. We picked up our car in Caen. Where I learned another lesson... I paid for my rental online, however because I declined the included collision package (my credit card offers rental insurance) they made me pay an extra 100 euros. I'm still not sure if this is insurance or a deposit. ...
... they dutifully followed me down the block. Bayeux is a beautiful town - touristy, but beautiful. There are dozens of shops, boutiques, and restaurants. With the exception of the two men Paul described in an earlier blog, I found the people to be very friendly and welcoming. The receptionist at our cozy hotel was so complimentary about Elizabeth's French - my daughter checked us into the hotel completely on her own. I would think her ...
... the story of the veterans who come back and cry at that very sight, because that is what they fought for, that people could be free!
As I said, a brilliant tour. Sad for sure, but it was also good to hear that these veterans have come back and found closure for the horrors they faced.
We were late back and Alex was worried. But we fed ourselves and then I needed to get Alex and I ready for a very early start the next morning.
... 1066 and all that!), we decided to visit the Cathedral, which was well worth seeing. Beautiful stained glass windows, highlighted by the sun's rays streaming through them, were truly inspirational. We later crept into the crypt, observed the frescoes of the saints on the pillars and crept out again! Not what you were thinking at all! Lunchtime called and we therefore entered L'Assiette Normande, a restaurant which is opposite ...