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Today we decided to head off to see what is know as the pink granite coast. It is called that due to the pink granite stones which, during sunset, glow a mysterious shade of pink. As yesterday was a very long day, we set off a bit later at 11.30am. The journey was quite an easy one, although we did have have a difficult moment with Rose when she spotted an IKEA store en route. A brief tantrum ensued when we told her that we certainly don't want ...
... time to explore the center and view the detailed displays. Afterwards we had time to see the two preserved German bunkers on site as well as walk out onto the beach itself. The students collected sand and shells from Juno to bring home.
We left Juno Beach and travelled to Arromanche for a stop for lunch and free time. Arromanche is a small seaside town but also the site of Port Winston which was used as a ...
... someday, but the European part of World War II has always held me interest. I was very excited to be able to visit the American military landings at Utah and Omaha beach. I didn’t mess with Sword, Gold or Juno because those were British and Australian landings and obviously I don’t have much of a connection to those countries. Even going into my two day visit to Omaha and Utah, I knew that I wouldn’t be able to see it all. Partly ...
My friend Jacqueline drove from Normandy to come visit. I lack the words to convey what an immense pleasure it was to spend the day with her. She played a significant role in making my experience of France during the 1990's the beautiful memory it is for me. We talked nonstop all ...
... br> The photos taken from a nearby field are all we can take away, but the drive has been lovely, and the life the people lead idilic, but lord knows how they earn money, we assume that they are all country houses of the wealthy in Rennes and Brest - apparently an ugly sea port built in concrete after the war, another casualty of a British invasion of a different sort.
And onwards to Dinan.