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... to be not one of my better ideas. We went out of our inlet, thru a lock and down the Seine a short distance to view the enormous suspension bridge across the Seine. Quite impressive, but there was really nothing else to see, and the commentary was all in French, which exceeded my abilities. We had our best meal yet at a harborside restaurant after. We had fish soup with giant croutons, lettuce salad with goat cheese toast, an enormous pot of mussels, fish with rice and ...
We took one of the most scenic routes of the trip today along the Cote d'Albatre minor coastal roads from Quiberville to Le Havre.
Every village we passed through had the same amazing Flemish architecture, beautiful gardens and incredible chateaux. Of particular note was the town of Les Petites Dalles with its storybook cute mansions.
We had a picnic lunch (inside the van because it was raining ...
... did the American beaches. There is a big American museum at Utah beach with a lot of relics from the invasion including a B26 bomber. The tour was not as good as the Canadian museum. The movie was more raw raw American. We spent too much time at the museum. Everyone goes at a different pace and has different levels of interest. Afterwards we went to St. Mere de Eglise where the American parachutist was caught on the church spire and feigned death to avoid being shot by the Germans. ...
Today was my first day off, so I had some touring to do! I decided that I wanted to visit the town I'm currently living in, as well as visit the next town over which is a 30 minute walk down the beach. The day started off windy and cloudy, but after my first 20 minutes outside, the sun was shining. I walked to Bernières- sur-Mer to see the 'Canada House.’ It was the first house liberated by seaborne Canadian assault troops, ...
I am in the wonderful Normandy and although it is a beautiful peace of earth it was part of a very bad, sad and unnecessary war.
There are still signs of it everywhere and it seems to be weird to be in the middle of beauty and the beast. There are all sorts of thoughts in my mind especially as my ancestors have started the war and brought all this pain and suffering onto mankind.
I will let the pictures speak for themselves.