Hotel Restaurants du Chateau d'Agneaux
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I thought it was early when we had a few 6am starts earlier in the trip. But we crushed all records today. We were getting picked up for our tour to Mont St-Michel at 6.30am, so the alarm went off at 5.39am. Funny, it looked exactly the same outside as when I went to bed. But once the sun came up, that was it. It was an absolutely gorgeous day with not a cloud in sight. We had booked exactly the same tour as Mum and I did in 2011. But things had ...
... tapestry? It depicts the story of the events that led up to the battle of Hastings in 1066 when William the Conquerer (aka the *******) defeated the Saxons and claimed the Kingdom of England. There was intrigue as there were three pretenders to the crown (pretenders are ones not direct heirs of the king, but if there are no real heirs, they claim the kingdom based on some ancestral connection). William ended up on the throne, but his reign was not steady as most Englishmen did ...
... The Gliders were mainly made up of balsa wood and were released from the planes towing them at 8000ft above the English Channel. Five out of the six gliders landed on a peninsular between the canal and river and although there were fatalities on landing and through combat, the soldiers under the command of the legendary Major John Howard were able to take control of the two bridges. This action played an ...
... br> After viewing the tapestry, we visited the Normandy Invasion Memorial in Bayeux for some more WWII history. This particular museum has many more vehicles and artifacts from D-Day than any other we had visited - tanks, jeeps, howitzers, you name it. It also has a movie that really summarized the overall war effort in France after D-Day, which helped round out our knowledge of how the Allies sealed ...
... is amazing! It has survived the burning down of the Cathedral where it hung, the French revolution, two world wars, and countless other things. At one point it was used as a tarp to cover supplies during a military transport.
It is also fascinating artistically. For example, artists did not understand, at this point in time, how to display the body in 2 dimensions or how to create movement etc. So everything ...