Hotel De La Poste
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... chapels and prayer rooms before coming to a dining hall, where the monks would eat their meals while one read from the Bible. It would have been freezing during winter as there was no way to warm the room up. There was also a special room where they hosted visiting royalty and the room of great pillars, which were built twice as strong to support the upper levels. Provisions were winched up to the abbey by a giant wheel, in which 10 prisoners would ...
... station, a part of Paris I had never been. Nothing to see in the dark unfortunately. Train stations like these in Paris are quite amazing, so big, lots of trains and lots of people milling about, even at this early hour. My train was to get into Caen around 9:00am. Train travel in Europe is always comfortable. I remember that in my student days as well. I ended up falling asleep and taking a much needed nap.
The night before I loaded up ...
... other was called Etretrat. Very pretty took lots of pics. Etretrat is right on the beack with really pretty hillsides and 2 HUGE cliffs.
Unfortuntaley, my recurring knee problem is back in full swing. Its like the size of a watermelon and its very painful. I did pay for health insurance while I'm here so I may have to see a doctor because I am doing a lot of walking. But anyway, I think this first one is long enough. And I will keep up with I ...
... pondered maps and got to visually recreate what had gone on from the Juno/Gold/Sword beaches to the carnage of the Falaise Gap. On a subsequent journey several years later, my cousin's husband and I pursued this in further depth as we hunted about Trun and St Lambert-Sur-Dives (just north of Chambois) for the spot where Major David Currie of the South Alberta Regiment (mechanized), with the support of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders of Canada stood on the last road out of ...
... th century). After that we headed slightly north-east on the D16. This area was lush and green, with hills and valleys, and apple orchards that must be used to make Calvados. It was so quiet and peaceful; it was hard to imagine the misery that it once saw.
The Museum is dedicated to the Battle of the Falaise Gap, and the Memorial on site is to commemorate the actions of a Polish Division that defended Hill 262. What is interesting about ...