Hotel De La Mer
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... the French flags. We learned later that Canadian regiments liberated Normandy and the surrounding areas. Clearly the French are still grateful. It was very touching.
We visited the Juno Beach Centre. It's a Canadian owned and Canadian operated museum right on Juno Beach. The museum was very informative, and also played a pretty heart wrenching video when you are done. Once you exit the museum, there are remains ...
... of about an hour and fifteen minutes. We made it and were able to pay our respects at a few different graves. My roommate has a distant relative at the cemetery and I wanted to visit some of the graves of the soldiers that I've become attached to over the last month. I put poppies at the graves of the Westlake boys that I spoke of yesterday, as well as some others. Our walk home was much quicker as we opted to follow ...
... what I had thought were clutch problems, for a number of days. Since Cahors to be precise. At this point I wasn't even confident that it would get me home as the problem was gradually getting worse.
However, Gilly had a 'bit of a play' with some dials on my clutch cable and 'hey presto', after a ride around the block, the bike was running more or less perfectly. So thanks Gilly, even if your Satnav is ...
... of town.
My sketch map says right, then across a junction and right again, and Hey Presto! no signs for a carpark or MH Aire, but we enter a huge carpark with a row of MH's at the rear.
Sorry, All the Aires - France' but your instructions are wrong. We check carefully and find the MH services tucked in the far ...
... crybaby that I am, had tears streaming down my face before the end. I couldn't help thinking how I would have felt if my son had been among those who fought and died in this battle. While I know every parent would be proud, it would be so sad and hurtful to learn afterwards of the horrific and frightening experience it must have been for the servicemen facing the almost impossible mission and task before them. I have to admit that before visiting here, I did ...