Chateau Les Bruyeres
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- Swimming pool
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We were hungry when we arrived so of course, managed to find the patisserie for a chocolate croissant! So good!!!!!! We wandered around the gorgeous little town, bought a bottle of cider, and enjoyed it back at the van with some baguette and cheese. We stayed at a free Aire just down the road from the town. It was busy, we got almost the last ...
... hour before the train to Caen. This resulted in U.S. Arriving at the hotel in Caen, just before 5pm. A long long day. To cap it all, the adapter I had brought with me for the French power points, works with every appliance but the iPad. So priority tomorrow is to get that sorted and also a SIM card for the phone. The staff at the hotel are very helpful and have shown me where to to get it ...
... at Le Havre, for half an hour. We were told to queue up for the toilets straight away, especially the women, but if it was too busy we could always use the men's toilets because that was allowed. I didn't like the thought of using the men's, but I queued for the toilets for 25 minutes. Just as I got to the door, a teenage girl from our bus came breezing past, completely ignoring the queue, and waltzed straight into a just vacated cubicle. There ...
... into the centre and began the self guided tour. The whole museum was designed and built very well. The video exhibits bring more reality to how it was; as best as possible. It was very emotional and found myself tearing up often. How anyone could go through that and not have some emotion come pouring out... pride of country and of the courage of our young men that died and survived with the memories of ...
... them. One battery specifically was really blown up. We also got to walk in some of the underground tunnels that they dug and the lookout that they had. Our last stop was Pegasus bridge, which you have probably heard about if you have seen the movie 'The Longest Day'. It is one of the bridges that they captured in order to drive out the Germans from France. It started to rain while we were there, but stopped just as quickly. ...