Hotel De La Gare
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... s also had the easiest beach to take, Utah Beach. On Omaha they lost around 2,500 men. On Utah, less than 200.
Our guide made it seem like the Engineers were at fault for removing obstacles that men could have hidden behind to stay safe. In reality, having space meant that the boats could drop men off closer, the troops could get up the beach a lot faster, and the halftracks and smaller heavy artillery could have had more room to maneuver rather than being pushed into ...
... century Paris, was a fairly good sized village that, architecturally, is 13th and 14th century! While beautiful shops, jewelry and art galleries dot the ground floor level of these very narrow but very tall buildings and homes, the winding and cobblestone streets and buildings of the village are untouched. Our bed and breakfast is over 500 years old (thankfully not the bed)! The reason for the very narrow structures was that in the 13th century, ...
I knew today would not be good given M woke us up at 6.30 far too early but necessary as we had to get to Le Harve in time to catch those ferry to Portsmouth. Left the camp at 8.30 the earliest yet. We set the GPS to avoid the toll roads as 40e does take it out of the spending money. We went through several villages but didn't have time to stop for our usual morning coffee.
Went through a Tudor style village - middle ages ...
Today we took a longer drive--about 2 hours away to Omaha Beach in Normandy. We arrived just as they raised the American Flag for the day. There is a sculpture symbolizing the liberation. The beach is long and broad and has very fine sand. Some local ladies were there with their toddlers playing on the beach. This was a little bothersome at first, but then we decided that the soldiers probably would have wanted ...
... roam on my phone -- so I looked for a taxi. None. I saw a bus, so I asked the driver if he was going to the center of town – figured my hotel was close to there. He gave me this look like he had no idea what I was saying. Great. I wasn’t in the French language mindset, and it usually takes me a day or two to pick up some confidence. Luckily a French guy behind me (after I looked at him for a life line) said “centre ville” in ...
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