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... train and the next one doesn't leave for another hour, so now I am enjoying a boxed sandwich and a beer. I guess balancing all the eggs yesterday helped me out. I managed to carry my bag, wheel my suitcase and manoeuvre the food tray with only one near spill. Unfortunately missing the train means I have an hour less to travel around Paris, but that's the way things ...
... small cartons. We had no room in our bags and in France plastic bags are not a thing that people have. Though, today was a balmy 18 degrees and I was able to walk around without a coat, so the eggs struggles were easily forgotten. Ottawa needs to stop it with this whole snow thing; my winter coat is not making a comeback this season. When I arrived home I decided to load all my possessions onto my bed and start the lovely game ...
... Why the entire population of greater Caen saved their weekly shopping for late on a Saturday afternoon is beyond me. And the complex was massive. Like, they had buses between different areas of the car park, we had to walk for 15 minutes from the car to the grocery shop, which turned out to be equally massive and confusing. We made it out of the shop alive, got Subway for dinner, and crawled out of the carpark with the rest of the traffic. I followed the car in ...
... perceptive from the Pointe, we headed down onto Omaha beach, with more stories to be told and history relived. Stopping by a remembrance memorial left in the sand, Phillip continued to talk about what would have awaited the troops as they stepped off the landing crafts onto this perilous part of the beach.
As Omaha was the landing beach for mostly American troops, we finished the day at the American ...
My main reason to visit Bayeux was to see the famous tapestry.
"The Bayeux Tapestry (Calvados) is an embroidery, 70 metres long, made in
the 11th century. It is listed as a “Memory of the World” by UNESCO.
Celebrating the conquest of England by William, Duke of Normandy,
this linen canvas ...