Hotel de Brunville
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... hold to your ear like a mobile and a narrator explains each scene, backed by music as you walk along the frame. The English version is narrated by a terribly plummy chap; he was ace! Fascinating hearing all of the explanations and the intricacies of the hidden messages. Crazy to think how much time and effort went into this storyboard and still blown away to have seen it... Really made my trip. We attempted a lunch out after the museum ...
... a wander into town at about 9ish. We'd been told about a light show at the cathedral at "dusk" so thought we'd check it out. We strolled through the pretty town and found the cathedral, already illuminated with "freedom" in different languages on a wall. There's a tree in the courtyard (The Liberty Tree) where the show tells a sequence of stories in lit pictures. We waited and waited and the crowds grew and grew ...
... at this beach. It was an amazing tour though! The guy was very informational, however, every car ride we took, we fell asleep! After the tour, he dropped us off in town and we ate dinner at a local restaurant. We all ate pizza, yummy! Later we went to the bank, ice cream shop, pharmacy, and grocery store. We got food for tomorrow for our 13hr train ride. Exhausted as we are, we headed back to the hotel at 7pm! Tonight is going to be an early night! Sleep ...
... look, A few markers had a single rose placed next to them, and others had whole floral arrangements. The wind from the Channel blew steadily across the cemetery, carrying the voices of the visitors over the graves. It is a sobering and moving place, and reminds us of the sacrifices made 70 years ago that changed the world.
Back in the car, we started making our way to Mont Saint-Michel. Once again the GPS led us on some of the narrowest roads we ...
... This type from New Orleans. Nice cheese plate for me, veggies for Dot, then we split the Norman cheeseburger. It was a 23 euro cheeseburger, and surprisingly good. The cheese they use here on everything is delicious. almost a cheese sauce. The rain has stopped and we should have good weather for the next few days. Up early tomorrow to drive to Caen to return our rental car (yay!) and catch the train.
Tomorrow, we head for Paris!