Campanile Honfleur La Riviere Saint Sauveur
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... at the church in the town. On the outside of the church, a parachute monument hangs to commemorate John Steele of the 82nd Airborne Division. When the 82nd parachuted into Sainte-Mère-Église, Steele's parachute caught on the steeple of the church. He hung there for several hours, pretending to be dead, but
eventually the Germans captured him. He later escaped and rejoined his unit. There is a beautiful stained ...
... many large Chateaux's dotted along the country side which made for very pleasant riding. Tomorrow they have a huge triathlon in Deauville and the sea swim looks rather challenging. There were white caps and rough seas so good luck to the athletes. We went strolling through a market and admired all the very fresh vegetables ...
... of the German bunkers. We could see where the Allies had tried to damage them, but the shells just made small dings in the thick (at least 12 to 18 inches) cement walls.
Our final stop was the Bayeux War Cemetery of the British Commonwealth. We saw graves of British and Canadian soldiers. It was moving to see the graves of husbands, fathers and sons.
After a long day we returned to the hotel for supper and sleep. ...
... Saw another massive cathedral with the tomb of Ric*************heart he is not actually in the tomb but his heart was once there. Went through a little book/gift shop to look at some painting on the wall and on the way out Stephen and I decided to buy the obligatory fridge magnet, as the guide went past I said don't wait for us we will catch up, well there was a guide who is permanently travelling with another group who were in the same bus as ...
... the gardens were magnificent. The pictures speak 1,000 words! There are probably 3 main parts to the gardens; the main garden, which slopes downwards towards the road, the water garden over the road and the house which overlooks it all. Each is equally captivating.
The flower garden called Clos Normand, in front of the house, is about one hectacre and has flower beds full of perspectives, symmetries and colours. Claude Monet did not like organised nor ...