Bonsai Cherbourg Etape
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The trip on the ferry was the first time for us. The crossing last 18
hours. We were for most of us feeling bad on the boat. We had
generous meals : for dinner, we had chips and for breakfast we
had plenty of things to eat and to drink : bread, croissant, hot
chocolate, orange juice... but we couldn't eat everything !
... involved food. So we headed to Isigny, where they make caramel. We paid for a tour where we got our own personal tour guide that spoke English. Then we stopped in at the store that sold all the caramel and bought some treats. Dale really likes caramels and I prefer chocolate so we got a little of both.
That night, we stayed at a campground in Isigny, where we walked into town and had coffee, chocolate and pizza. It was a perfect ending to a fantastic day!
... the other way, either! Hey ho!
We stopped first at a French memorial, where a volunteer was painting one of the vehicles on display.
Then we went on to the main memorial. It was very busy, and we noticed a lot ...
... at Utah Beach.
On our way home we stopped in our. Favourite little town where we had a three course lunch! After lunch we toured the town and got to see a church built in the eleventh century. It was beautiful. The reenactments were very lifelike and it made it seem like there was actually militia touring the town.
After our stop, we hopped back on the bus for the long bus ride home. We feel that we should say that our bus was bright blue and ...
... Tonight, everything culminated at once. Cat **** sponge in sink, molesting the dishes sponge, which had just been used to wash the trash can, which was still resting in the sink on top of a nice little pile of cat *****.
That being said, I did my usual cleaning/replacing routine. And I shoved everything in the dishwasher that I thought the sponge had touched in the last 24 hours. Moral of the story: I don't eat ...