Chateau La Cour
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... hamsters on a wheel. Apparently at some stage there was a jail on the site, but the guide didn't go into that. Afterwards we had some spare time to explore. We looked at some of the shops and found a tiny little chapel which was lovely, before catching the shuttle bus back to meet the tour bus. The journey back to Paris was looooong. We left at 4.30pm. We were supposed to stop for a tea break at 7pm but at 7.30pm we were lucky to be 200m further ...
... hotel, there are no elevators. As I went step by step lugging my suitcase to the third floor, a young guest grabbed Linda's suitcase and sprinted past me - as he came back down and I was still at the first landing, he didn,t offer to carry my suitcase. Can't bring the suitcase back down when we check out. Our first full day in Bayeux, we went to the Tapestry Museum - just across the street from the hotel. The tapestry that is on display is from 1070. It is 68m long and 50m wide. It ...
... br> We then made the short ride to the Canadian War Cemetery at Beny-sur-Mer, the final resting place of just over 2000 predominantly Canadian soldiers and paid our respects there.
After this we made our way to Benouville where Pegasus Bridge is located.
If you have seen the film 'The Longest day" you will have seen Pegasus Bridge in the film.
Originally named Benouville Bridge, ...
... official language of the courts, the legal system and the church. Anglo-Saxon was still spoken widely by the working classes, but it borrowed heavily from French in terms of vocabulary, which explains why our language today has so many cognates with French.
Why am I telling you all this? Because today we had the privilege of viewing the Bayeux Tapestry - a 230 foot-long embroidered cloth created ...
For my nerdy self, this was pretty darn cool and the hour that we had in the museum was NOT enough! But for a fiber artist like myself, it was very cool to see a piece of art that was embroidered by fellow fiber artists nearly 1000 years ago with wool that they sheared, spun and dyed by their hand. I might add that is still intact today! Amazing!!
So to give you a bit of a history on it. ...