Hotel de Brunville
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I have now left Courseulles-sur-Mer after a wonderful 4 weeks. I walked to work with my luggage and said my goodbyes. I got a ride to the bus stop and headed to Caen. I had 15 minutes to make my train to Paris, but naturally there was a laundry truck in the middle of the road about a minute away from the station and my bus arrived 4 minutes before my train. I ...
... famous. It's supposed to be incredible. I studied it in my History of Britain 1066-1603 class in university! It'll be fun!" The silence continued until they both looked at each other, crickets chirping in the background, and then Elizabeth said, "So, we're going to see an old tea towel with sewing on it?"
Very funny. They laughed uproariously at this one. Okay, so my kids aren't perfect. Do any 8 and 10 year olds get excited about ...
... of vehices, tanks, motorcycles, most of which were still in decent condition though they were 70 or so years old.
Went onto American Cemetery. It is funded by the US government, has a nice visitors center, huge area with multiple sections, has graves of 9,387 american soldiers killed in Normandy. Left cemetery and walked down to Big Red One monument (honoring the Army's 1st infantry division), then near Omaha Beach itself. Some of the ...
... far from it , but all sorts of stories about lost hearing aids , their courtship , children ,the fact the French don't serve vegetables with dinner , how to get the BBC in France and ill fated turkeys that drowned them selves in their dam . That's enough for tonight dear readers tomorrow more blood shed as we visit the Normandy beaches after a visit to the colonels map room after breakfast. PS weather continues to be warm and sunny but the atmosphere is very misty ...
... maintains its medieval charm. The cathedral was built in the 11th century originally (though it has tons of Gothic elements now, like many French and Norman churches), but it is big and beautiful and measures up well with all the cathedrals we’ve seen on this trip so far. Plus we sampled the local food and drink, downing our share of the two things Normandy is famous for, their Camembert cheese and their cidre ...