Hotel De La Place
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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We were hungry when we arrived so of course, managed to find the patisserie for a chocolate croissant! So good!!!!!! We wandered around the gorgeous little town, bought a bottle of cider, and enjoyed it back at the van with some baguette and cheese. We stayed at a free Aire just down the road from the town. It was busy, we got almost the last ...
Today was action packed! We learnt about and made our way along the 80km coast line where the d-day landings occurred in 1944. Throughout the day we saw each of the five beaches, Ohmaha, Juno, Sword, Gold and Utah, and visited bulk museums, including a 360 cinema. We also paid a visit to the Pegasus Bridge, which played a part in Operation Overlord. All in all it was fab day, but I can't wait for dinner and a good sleep :) (Also the place pinned is not ...
Well we had a relatively early morning and after tidying up and packing we caught a cab to Gare de Lyon (a delightful trip through a sleepy Sunday morning Paris) and found our way the Europcar rentals. There were lots of stroppy customers and two staff, so the day got off to a good start. Fortunately, our booking was in place and previous business seemed to make the process relatively smooth, so a short time later we ...
... up we had a little more hope of something in this country being open, that sold food that we could walk into and thaw - and there on the horizon like a mirage blurring into view was a service station sign. Haaaaaaaalleluiah, a blaze of sunshine broke though the clouds and guided us to croissants, coffee, fuel anda toilet. We sat giddy as the tingling came over our bodies, and then we thought….. now what? So, like good soldiers we got back to duty, we just rode and ...
... they're mostly covered up because it is so cold here. Rather, it's that it's a body. It's not a big deal. So, I reminded myself of this, tried to think of what I'd read in my French culture textbooks in college, and walked across the room (only me and my doctor were there. What did I have to be afraid of?) with my head held high and my hands at my side. And then I got my x-ray. No big deal.
After this, I put my clothes back on and waited for my x-ray to be ...