Domaine Saint Clair Le Donjon
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... immortals to the undying lands or something. Some had a little row of trees which looked like masts. We headed back into the little harbour and chose from the many restaurants a place with an acceptable formule midi, neither of us prepared to try moules, which have been on the menu everywhere throughout Normandy and Brittany. I had poached salmon and Jonathan a crepe again, and creme brûlée with a hint of orange in the custard. Delicious. We exited ...
... this meal since yesterday and it did not disappoint. Ben E. Was a good sport going to a seafood place since he doesn't like it and was rewarded by an exceptional steak for him and Jack. The apple pie for dessert. While we think there is nothing more American than Apple pie it is apparently French. I would love to come back and spend a weekend here. (Who volunteers to pay for ...
... for him and he thinks I'm hogging it. I will write soon Ha, finally managed to prize the ipad from Andree's grip, she really is getting into this blogging business! As with all of our journeys so far in the camper, today's trip to Ouistreham (which was named 'Sword Beach' in operation overlord) turned out taking a lot longer than I thought. This was in part due to a bit of an issue with the camper van. We set off bright and early from our farm stay location, which was at the ...
... met many veterans and had some good times with them all, he also met and spoke with Prince Charles, Camila, Prime Minister Harper, Mike de Jong, the deputy Premier of BC, also the Mayor of Courselles-sur-Mer . We witnessed many people wanting to meet and speak with Frank.
Frank is a Rock Star!!!!
It was a long day, left at 8:00 a.m., returned to the hotel at 10:30 p.m.. We had dinner at 11:00 pm.
When in Europe, eat when the Europeans ...
... We talked about the tides in Le Havre - the web tells us it varies around 6metres, not as big as Port Hedland's tides.
the french word Nacre - Mother of pearl.
This entry written 17 june, so I can't remember all the details. ...
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