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... that honors the paratroopers that landed and freed the town.
After our long lunch break we made another quick stop near the bridge at La Fière, one of a set of three bridges the Americans took control of from the Germans. The bridges were crucial to the invasion. Then we stopped at Pointe du Hoc, where the Army Rangers scaled the cliffs to capture the point. There are huge bomb craters throughout the area.
... and the mountains of sea food and the live crabs! If we weren't on our bikes I would have brought some vegetables as they all looked so fresh and delicious. We even saw Zespri kiwifruit for sale on one stall so we let the stall owner know we were from New Zealand. Tomorrow we are heading towards Omaha Beach further into ...
We had an early breakfast and got on the bus at eight this morning. We crossed the Normandy suspension bridge on our way out.
Our first stop was the Pegasus Bridge and Museum. The original bridge has been replaced and is on display behind the museum. There is also a Horsa glider - the kind that was used to drop men with parachutes into the area near the bridge. In the first hours of the Normandy invasion, three of ...
... him a hot water bottle and put him to bed for a few days. Now she has to walk the streets alone and each night eat moules and frites on the wharf . Tough but somebody has to do it. Think I would get fat if here very long . Can't stop this eating frenzy of breads, cheeses , things in shells, chocolates and pastries and wine of course. Beautiful view of mirrored water and sailboats as I sit at an outside cafe in the harbor. Truly a picture perfect moment. Enjoyed ...
... our first nights stop. Good thing, because I didn't sleep that well on the plane and was starting to get tired. We arrived in Rouen, checked in at our hotel, had a little rest and headed out to see its cathedral. Its called the Notre-Dame cathedral of Rouen. It is also an impressive church. Lots of very intricate columns, probably 60 or 70 feet tall and very long. We also another spire a ...