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Last night was spent in Le Havre, in once again a free camping spot. It is remarkable but they are everywhere in France. If you want to pay for a real caravan park then you will need to wait until March/April before they are open, so anywho we bunked down for the night after arriving mid afternoon. We took a walk looking for a warm pub or restaurant and since it was Monday, nothing was open. The majority of business ...
... uphill to the Cote de Grace with the old cathedral and stunning views of the town. We also found the best bakery with our favourite baguettes of the trip in Honfleur where we went daily to purchase the seedy multigrain baguette they called cereale.
There were markets yet again in nearby Trouville, where we walked around the port and the fish market, and stopped for a seafood platter of deliciously fresh oysters, prawns and crab claws. It was ...
... We then traveled to Albert passing through a number of towns Gpa had mentioned. He really travelled quite long distances in the mud with his mules & cart. Then home again we went. Geoff's bit: went up a one way street the wrong way today. Ooops. The French are very courteous drivers. Seeing the war memorial and the Aussie flag flying made me on one hand very proud of Australia and on the other hand angry at the state of our politics. At the memorial there is ...
... listening to music. On the outskirts of Paris,
the TomTom took us into a low ceiling height tunnel, even though
there were other signs for the direction we were heading in. It must
have saved us some time however and we rolled into Le Havre very
early, parked up and had time to visit a few bars before choosing a
restaurant where we had great cheap steaks. Later, we were shown
straight onto the ferry and found the one and only bar. It was a
bare bones Brittany ship ...
... that they achieved their goal. We went to the museum which was less formal than Juno; it was more war artifacts. Evidence of what man made to do battle with each other. Moved on to the American Cemetery and then we wrapped up our day at Beny Sur Mer, the Canadian Military Cemetery. It was an amazing day filled with emotion, and pride and to see that Canadian Flags fly at people's homes and businesses ...