Belambra Clubs - Le Castel Sainte Anne
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... shop, but the door was locked. Oh my goodness! Fortunately we pressed a button on the wall near the door and it unlocked and we were able to leave, closing the door behind us. At this stage we read the sign that said the laundry closed at 9pm (an hour earlier). We pushed the door again and this time it was firmly closed and locked. We think that for some reason it had not locked properly at closing time. So glad that we were not deadlocked inside.
... the menu by accident?
Jan: This is delicious but really, I'm ready to be done...oh wait, I see a cheese cart coming....
This dinner was 2.5 hours long. The food incredible. The wine delicious. And all for 139 Euro (about $200) which was the cost of one night hotel. The presentation and the annoyingly obnoxious Frenchmen and his very young girlfriend next to us kept us entertained between courses.
... foot long tapestry sewn by nuns. It depicts the Battle of Hastings where William the Conqueror defeated Harold the King of England bringing England under French rule.
Next we took a D Day tour beginning at Pont Du Hoc, between Utah and Omaha beaches, where the allied invasion started. Some of the German pillboxes are there and relatively intact and the ground still has giant craters from the bombs. It was also amazing to see the cliffs the US Rangers had to climb up ...
... soldiers who fought and died there.
Next stop was the Maison de la Liberation (Mansion of Liberation) where the first American soldiers meet the local French people. We carried on to the Overlord Tank Museum where I saw my first Panzer and Panther Tanks). They were impressive pieces of machinery and even bigger than I imagined. and Omaha Beach Museum (very good movie and display that told the story of what went wrong) and Memorial at St ...
... causes and conflicts of WWII. It poured rain but then the sun came out. So it was into sunny skies that we reached the bluff which houses Normandy's American Cemetery and Memorial overlooking Omaha Beach. `
Later back at the house, Bernie, Brian and Erin enjoyed eating the fresh fish Brian got at the market that morning. We grilled with 'pommes et haricots'. After super we all walked Omaha Beach watching the sun set.
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- Free parking