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... dog who asked if we needed any help. In our best french we explained our situation and he exclaimed 'pas problem' and directed us to another aire about 5 miles away, or perhaps we would like to stay at a closer aire at the port overlooking the harbour which was free for motorhomes (that sounded more like it), so after thanking him for his kindness and feeling elated that we managed a conversation with a real ...
... and shops, all catering for the over-a-million tourists who visit each year.
It was a stunning walk and we made our way through the steep cobbled streets to the Abbey where we ate our picnic overlooking the bay. We successfully managed to dodge a thunderstorm on the walk home then after a chill out with a good ole english cuppa (for Mandy) we made use of the free sauna before retiring for the evening with a ...
Fougeres has a magnificent castle built on the side of the hill sloping down to the river. The builders had used the river to fill the moat and drive four water wheels that remain in use (I guess having been replaced a few times).
The Castle was built as an impregnable defense, but ...
... s known was a bit disappointing though. The winding medieval streets with shops selling ye olde, cheesy souvenirs and overpriced food and drink, wind all the way up to the Abbey from where you can enjoy fantastic views. And outside the car park is crammed with coach parties following midgets hidden under their umbrellas. It’s a shame this place of pilgrimage has been spoilt by the new bridge linking it to the main land and we wished we’d seen ...
... sup> anniversary of the largest military operation in history, where hundreds of thousands of troops were killed on that faithful day and in the battle than ensued afterwards. Walking through the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial which overlooks one of the beaches, the graves of over 9000 American soldiers lay on lawns with rows and rows and rows of white crosses, and a memorial to over a thousand more whose remains weren’t found. It ...