Les Manoirs de Tourgeville
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... fought a bit of a headwind as I rode south
It was a long bike ride. About 75 kilometers or just shy of 50 miles, which normally would not be much, but on a foreign bike , in long pants, a peacoat, and my man purse naggingly falling to my side, it was s a bit of a struggle.
Several not surprising things strike you ...
... quite extraordinary to see the number of them in the different towns & cities we've been to. We had lunch there the French have their main meal at lunchtime & we are doing the same. Geoff ordered a cappuccino. The previous French cappuccinos he'd had were a disappointment with Scunthorpe weak froth on top. This time, hoping for better, he was given a glass of coffee with an enormous swirl of fake cream on top. I keep telling him, the French don't do ...
... and famous. It has two marinas, a casino, smart hotels and restaurant. The famous Planches boardwalk were built in 1923. We liked Deauville, with its nice long beaches, beautiful buildings (check out the Casino) and charming English-style houses. Kids verdict: oh no, is this the last time we'll see the sea. Best sand was found in ...
... bunkers that are in the sand hills. A large cross stands with the flag to honour those who died and survived the conflict. It is hard to believe that all this history is on show for us and we are here looking at it.
It is now around 7pm so we take the beach road back to Caen thru some really small and scenic towns with very small streets and some are one way !!!! On the road we decided to head back to Caen for a quick dinner ...
... you there but are quite expensive. At Asnelles we saw the remains of the old harbour made up by the Allies to receive supplies after D Day as Cherbourg hadnt fallen. Asnelles is at the junction of Juno and Sword beaches. Left after 1 day as the place was not very inviting and the facilities were dirty,