Hotel De Perros
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... trying to find the cemetery as I had forgotten I passed the sign for it on my direct way into the beach. I was about halfway to Pointe Du Hoc before I realized the error and turned around. Pointe Du Hoc had to be needed to be the last place that I visited as I wanted to spend a lot time there. One thing I did notice about the museums regarding DDay and the Allied invasion. They are all pretty much the same. Once you’ve seen the uniforms, ...
My friend Jacqueline drove from Normandy to come visit. I lack the words to convey what an immense pleasure it was to spend the day with her. She played a significant role in making my experience of France during the 1990's the beautiful memory it is for me. We talked nonstop all ...
This one's quick and simple. My first gallette and cup of farm cider. Better than I remember. Considering they're part of the reason I traveled 5,000 miles, you can bet they're pretty good. So good, I forgot to take a photo of the gallette! Guess I'll have to eat another ...
Who doesn't like a farm house breakfast? Home made pastries, yogurt, fresh fruit, coffee. Such a quaint, yummy, little breakfast. We eat by ourselves in the dining/family/living room. We hear little children’s voices speaking in rapid French as they come barreling into our breakfast- They add some sunshine to the cold cloudy day in Normandy. It turns out that our host Celine Emo wouldn’t be opposed to having a set of ...
... br> The photos taken from a nearby field are all we can take away, but the drive has been lovely, and the life the people lead idilic, but lord knows how they earn money, we assume that they are all country houses of the wealthy in Rennes and Brest - apparently an ugly sea port built in concrete after the war, another casualty of a British invasion of a different sort.
And onwards to Dinan.