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... VERY narrow roads, I find a park and we walk back. Lunch first, yummy as always and then we go in search of the museum where the Bayeux Tapestry is kept. We get sidetracked by the Cathedral and spent almost an hour in there reading about Saint Therese of Lisieux - very interesting. We eventually found the museum and took an audio guided tour of the Bayeux tapestry which tells the tale of how William the *******, Duke of Normandy ...
Etretat was recommended by my plastic surgeon, who was recently there. IT WAS A ZOO in town, took us over 20 minutes to find a parking spot and that was a 10 minute walk into town. Once we got there however it was right on a beach (gravel not sand). The town and boardwalk were sandwiched between two high towering white cliffs. As you can see from the pictures, it was jaw dropping scenic. ...
We ended up here a day early since we weren't allowed to dock in Wales. We rented a car for 2 days instead of one. It's a Renault stick. I haven't driven a stick car in 20 years. I think I'm doing ok. The roads are narrow and speed limits are closing in at 85 mph on the freeways. Which are filled with tolls. It's cost us about 20 Euro round trip to the Normandy beaches. We found our B&B for tomorrow while we were there. ...
... stop. Pretty impressive, both inside and out. “Home” to St Theresa of Carmel, and the second most popular pilgrimage site in France after Loudres. While the religious significance is mostly lost on us, the building and surrounds were beautiful.
Didn't make it far after that, and found a Campanile.
Rejigged the plan, and tomorrow we head for Arras and the Canadian Memorial.
It is May 13 and we are docked in La Havre, France.
The ship is very quiet as most passengers have gone ashore to Paris
or the beaches of Normandy. I had been to Normandy before and was looking forward to returning, but it was not to be this time. Although it is a little cool, 12 Celsius, the sun is out and I am sheltered on our little balcony as I write this.
It is nice to have a little fresh air, although a balcony on a cruise like ...