Kyriad Design Enzo Montlucon
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... of the river. On the way back we at a restaurant along the river and each got a baguette. Lyndsay got a Mixte Parm and i got a Super Mixte of Ham and Cheese. The baguettes were not that good only because the bread of the baguette was really hard. It seems like all of the baguettes here are kind of ***********'t think I like them. Next we stopped at France Tourisme to look for things to do tonight and tomorrow seeing as we had no set plans. We decided on a ...
... After Pt du Hoc, we rode the bus 5 mins to Omaha Beach, the famous landing beach for most of the Americans and the most bloody of all the landing beaches on June 6th. It was impressive how expansive the beach is when the tide is out. We met an American couple who let us use an American flag to take a picture in front of the memorial sculpture on the Beach. On the way out of beach area, we saw a few of the German beach obstacles and one of the machine gun nests built ...
... hazelnuts everywhere and we stoop to pick them up. Luke finds a rock and gently cracks them open and we feast on the succulent tender flesh. Mmmm no wonder hazelnuts are used in cooking so much in this region. They are delicious.
It is early morning and we need to move on to find other treasures in the forest.
Back along the tiny road in our sweet little car we have called her Bobba because she bobs along rising to the challenge of the ...
On Sunday we once again hopped into our little Reneaut Megane (we've nicknamed her Megan for obvious reasons) and set upon our 418km drive to the city of Tours in the Loire Valley. The tolls for using the highways here are difficult to fathum (about $90aud for this stretch) but it's also easy to see the money is spent on maintaining a safe and well presented network. This 400+kms was made in a little over 3 hours and that's with some rain ...
... a walk into town. Not overly friendly but to be expected. the tourist season is over. Saint Valliers confirms a long held theory of a towns financial status. The poorer the town, the more they buy bingo tickets and play the lottery. the french are big on this normaly but in the poorer places it is endemic. The same all over the world i have found. Statisticaly you are better off backing a broken backed plough horse against Phar ...