Hotel du 6 Juin
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... famous. It's supposed to be incredible. I studied it in my History of Britain 1066-1603 class in university! It'll be fun!" The silence continued until they both looked at each other, crickets chirping in the background, and then Elizabeth said, "So, we're going to see an old tea towel with sewing on it?"
Very funny. They laughed uproariously at this one. Okay, so my kids aren't perfect. Do any 8 and 10 year olds get excited about ...
... they're tremendously snotty, but their confidence is sometimes inspiring. They have a superiority that is deflating and enviable at the same time. The best way to get on their good side is to attempt to speak their language. The crime about all of this snotty behaviour is that we know from history that France was a nose hair away from being a permanent German conquest.
And so, here we are, in town called Bayeux, which is central to much of the brutal ...
We woke up this morning to bright sunlight and we all were ready for the day. The breakfast isn't as good as my previous places but then again it does the job. We quickly ate our meager breakfast and hit the road. For our bakery! We discovered the bakery yesterday and we got our baguettes and then hit the road! We, I, decided to go to Sainte Mere Eglise where the 82nd airborne landed on DDAY. The city is famous for the church that a paratrooper landed on during DDAY and hung by ...
We started off at the Caen Memorial museum with lots of pre D-day exhibits and then after D-day, like Cold War exhibits. The museum was built on top of a huge German bunker which was very cool to go into. We spent about three or four hours in the museum, which was a lot more than I wanted to do. In my opinion, you can see two or three exhibits/museums about the war, and you have kind of seen them all. Each ...
... make the landscape like the moon (with brown grass).
Our last stops of the day were at Utah Beach and Sainte Mere Eglise which need no explanation from me. I don't know if the dummy from the church in Sainte Mere Eglise is a good thing, but as it's the only reason people would come here then it's good for them.
All places are a to-do thing!
Tired now it's been a long day x