B&B Caen Sud
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... br> We few, we happy few, we band of brothers . . ."
Walking down from the cemetery to the beach, you can't help notice it was so, so far from the water's edge to the bluffs with no nowhere to hide. It is extraordinary that anyone made it to the bluffs, let alone climbed to the top.
I happened upon a young French couple and their two small children. They asked me to take their photograph and reciprocated. ...
... like my own, was well tuned and the pavement was smooth. The country roads were narrow, but I soon found French motorists are to cyclists---especially old, panting geezers, in a heavy Pea coat packing a 40 pound suitcase on their back--very courteous and swing wide into the oncoming lane to allow a comfortable space when passing. There were fewer cars passing me than me passing cows.
... is located about sixty miles southeast of Bayeux. As large as it is (and it is large), there were never more than eighty monks in it. Today, there are thirty people that live there (why? I don't know). The abbey is a magnificent structure that can be seen for miles. We are taken by shuttle bus to a point about half way along a causeway and we start our journey. We start by walking up a heavily inclined, cobble stone path; it is narrow with souvenir shops and restaurants on ...
... overview of the day’s events. The museum proper contained a number of interesting artifacts including American, French, and German gear, a B-26 bomber, and a condensed recreation of German defenses. The highlight was an encounter with a WW2 veteran (from Brooklyn) who served as a B-17 pilot. He told us that it was 40 below zero at 25,000 feet and discussed the difficulties involved in urinating while in your flight suit. The kids thought he was great. It was an honor to meet a true ...
... bunkers leaving only a small opening to view out. You first wonder – how we ever captured such fortified bunkers and then you wonder what the Germans soldiers thought that morning when they looked thru the opening to see an Allied Armada. We finally make our way to the cliff and they are so physically imposing it’s hard to imagine actually planning an invasion that required climbing the cliffs. Raw. Cold. Steep. And rugged. Whether motivated ...