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... that you could park within walking distance of the lovely town and spend the night for less than the cost of a couple of hours in Cheltenham town centre.
We have been avoiding the major roads which we normally use to get to our destination as quickly as possible and have seen places which would normally have flashed past in an instant. We didn't know Normandy at all but the villages are really pretty and the style of houses different to any ...
... well. So into the Detective Hotel... a tad freaked out at first, in the entrance hall old furniture and a big couch, mirrors, and down the end a young man at the desk. His English was better than our French, but his pronunciation of Sherlock Holmes (our room) defeated me until he showed me the key. We ascended an old oval staircase and down an incredibly narrow corridor found the Sherlock Holmes room. And laughed so much... a rack of pipes on the wall, a ...
... friendly and accommodating. The hotel is under going more renovations to date has so much charm and character. ------------------ We are here... we made it to Portsmouth. The Ferry ride was long. We got breakfast on board. It was barely slop. I cannot even think of eating food like that again. Thank Goodness Chris and I had Gravol before we left. What a cool city by the sea.. well English Channel. And an exceptional hotel with more charm and character. The Seacreast ...
... reach the top of a sand dune and I was nearly out of breath doing that. Now, the beaches are a Parisian holiday and have cute houses lining the coastline. No matter how much things change, these beaches will always remain hallowed ground. Now, probably my favorite part of the day. I am going to sound like a little kid but I discovered some German bunkers outside the cemetery that I definitely did not know where there! I acted like I was 5 again. I quickly made my way ...
... The kids, big and small, had a great time crawling in and out of dark tunnels and storage rooms. From here we can also see in the distance the remains of Churchill Harbour, built in rapid time with prefabricated elements to assist supplying the Allies.
The traffic through all these sites and the narrow roads along the coast is very heavy. It is a public holiday in France for Ascension Day today and yesterday's public holiday was for ...
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