Domaine Saint Clair Le Donjon
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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We slept like babies last night even with it being so hot, After a long shower, shave and a decent breakfast I felt normal once more. We ventured into town for a few provisions and a little bit of exploring, Le Havre was basically destroyed during the Second World War so there aren't many old buildings left, but is still a nice town, very industrial but still nice. ...
... up seemed easier today too, we must be getting the hang of things ! The weather in Le Harve today is scorching 30degrees and glorious sunshine, spicy chilli con carne for tea did make us sweat a bit. After a brisk visit to the supermarket for some beers (a man should not live without beer) and a brief meeting with Jim, Kath and Anders who we saw in Ramsgate & Boulogne, we were physically worn out so an early night was in ...
Today we went to a place to learn about D-day. D-day is the day the canaidians, the Americans and the English landed in Normandy. They had done this to try and stop the Germans making hitlers wish become. His wish was to take over Europe and make it all Germany. He eventually committed suicide because every thing he had was ...
... the Nazis did not have to worry too much about the allies scaling these chalky elevations! Think Torrey Pines only white, or should I say off white, but striking non the less. After enjoying a small salad and beer on the promenade, we headed off to Diepe where we were to take the ferry the next day. Mary Anne took the wheel and aggressively off we went! The country side was quite idyllic ...
... number of people on the street watching with amusement began to grow. Finally, he backed up far enough that the train could make the corner but that still left us without a clear picture of where to go to get back to our B & B. A nice gentleman in white painter’s clothing (artist) came to our rescue by advising us not to attempt to continue to down the block but to go another way. A few more tense moments and we arrived at our lodging none ...