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... we saw very few CitroŽns. Up until today we had not seen any the same as we are driving, yet today we saw quite a number and at one stage there were three in a row with us being the third!
- Brad was game enough to pass some cars and trucks today - very game!!
- Our brief stay of 14 hours was long enough in St Malo - what we saw was not overly appealing. Our current location is much more pleasant and has a great deal to offer for a visitor.
... conversation was like.
Jan: yum, snails. But why do I need a fork and spoon to eat them? Will they think I am a dumb American if I only use the fork?
Jen: They probably thought you were dumb before you sat down. You might need to save the spoon for course #3 anyway.
Jan: Ok, I thought we were done but I'm guessing there's more dessert following the pre-dessert?
Jen: Did we order one of ...
... the American cemetery. It was a grey, rainy day which made it slightly ominous, but very beautiful.
We then drove a couple hours to Mont St. Michel, which was stunning, but really crowded. We took a free tour of the abbey with a great guide who told us some really interesting facts that I, of course, have completely forgotten. The thing I do remember was that we climbed at least 9000 steps over
the course of the day. I had always wanted to see MSM at lit up at ...
... When we entered the cinema there were 9 giant screens surrounding us and the movie created an atmosphere that made you feel like you were in the action on D-Day as you could feel your body shake when the ships fired their guns and the shells hit their targets. There was also some amazing views of the Mulberry Harbour (an artificial harbour created by the Allies to bring in their supplies). This was part of Gold Beach where the British and ...
No internet at the house we rented so we will summarize June 10th through the morning of the 14th.
NORMANDY, remembering history, house on Omaha Beach, driving the French countryside....
DAY ONE: We arrived in the afternoon and found our house on the beach of OMAHA. A bit rustic, with all necessary amenities, including a grill, dish and clothes washer.
DAY TWO: We woke up early to meet up with the guide Brian ...