Hotel Des Falaises
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... It was cozy and warm and we had the opportunity to charge our phones. We spent a few hours there having a couple of drinks and keeping warm and it was quaint and lovely. Phone charged, we got up to leave then the owner told his wife to get us another drink. Brendan went to the bar to pay only for the owner to say "non", he was buying us a drink. The sweetest thing, I think he liked us. We can honestly say ...
... The Gliders were mainly made up of balsa wood and were released from the planes towing them at 8000ft above the English Channel. Five out of the six gliders landed on a peninsular between the canal and river and although there were fatalities on landing and through combat, the soldiers under the command of the legendary Major John Howard were able to take control of the two bridges. This action played an ...
... listening to music. On the outskirts of Paris,
the TomTom took us into a low ceiling height tunnel, even though
there were other signs for the direction we were heading in. It must
have saved us some time however and we rolled into Le Havre very
early, parked up and had time to visit a few bars before choosing a
restaurant where we had great cheap steaks. Later, we were shown
straight onto the ferry and found the one and only bar. It was a
bare bones Brittany ship ...
... we stood at the bus stop chatting to a lovely American couple who had been on a Mediterranean cruise, and this was there last stop before going home to Rhode Island. Arrived back in Bayeux and found our way back to our bikes, cycled and walked (up the hills) back to the site where we had a well deserved beer. The rain started about an hour after we got back so a tea of what was left in the freezer and a film on the ...
... next to sons.
We went out onto Omaha beach, where there’s a dramatic monument to the soldiers and a display of flags representing the countries that participated in the D-Day offensive. German bunkers are still visible in the cliffs above.
Walking along the very sand where so many soldiers were injured and killed was a sobering experience.
It was a very emotional ...