Brasserie De L'Hotel De Ville
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... embroidered, the Battle of Hastings in October, 1066. It is 70 meters long or almost 240 feet by about 3 feet high. Amazing!! After that, we returned to our room to rest for a while as restaurants don't open until 7:00. Dinner was lovely at L'Aissette du Normand, as recommended by Jean-Pierre's (our B&B host) and we got to bed by about 11. Dinner in Europe is truly your evening's entertainment. You never feel rushed. Another lovely day. Steve and Ginny Joe and ...
... was interesting, and then went through again on our own so we could take it all in. The detail is wonderful, and is quite graphic. The final battle scenes show hacked limbs and decapitated bodies. After this, we popped into the cathedral. Again, it was dead quiet and we had a good explore.
By now, it was nearly 6 so we headed back to the B and B. It turned out to be exquisite - our best accommodation so far. Our host, Caroline was delightful and our room ...
... to fill an area, then lay a thread at right angles and couch down. Sounds simple, and in theory it is, but like most of embroidery there are a few things that make it tricky, and for this is managing curves. Lots of photos are included here.
Just ts strolled back to the hotel, and on the way stopping to look at all the beautiful little shops and apart from all the amazing cakes, pastries, chocolates and antiques ...
... who were killed however have no known grave.
We also visited the grounds of the Battle of Normandy museum, and then the old town with its cobbled streets and beautiful river that runs through the centre of it.
After the tour we walked back through the town to visit the museum where the tapestry is housed. We were all in awe at the size and details of this 1000 year old tapestry which depicts ...
... we visit the US Cemetery and walk down to the beach - it is cold and windy. Then a visit to the well presented "Overlord Museum" - which focusses on the equipment but presents a series of excellent displays in English which covered the war and the landings in good detail. The Sd.Kfz. 250 halftrack, the Panther and the ...
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