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... that you were taxed on the amount of land your building occupied. The town was busy but certainly not packed with tourists and the shops were far from 'touristy'. It was great wandering through the town and we came upon Les Halles, a marketplace, with a range of fresh food which was all of an excellent quality. Here Brad bought some homemade dolmades from a French Cypriot - delicious!
Continuing on our walking tour we started to walk down a ...
... the harbor with a diary that remained perfectly intact. The driver of that tank, John Glass, survived the war and was living in the southwestern part of the U.S. He was contacted and reunited with his tank in France in the 1980's.
At the end of a long day of touring, we decided to treat ourselves to a nice dinner at our hotel which ended up to be way more than we expected. Here is a sample of what ...
... via bus, train, another bus… it was a long day and in retrospect I’d have planned it much differently. We had planned to go back into Paris that night to hang out, but we were just too exhausted. So instead we left our budget hotel and walked over to the Hyatt for a nice dinner and some wine. Anyway, there we ran into the same couple we’d met in Honfleur a few days earlier-small world!
It was hard to say goodbye to Deb :(
Next-the Loire ...
... the shells from the Allies ships that hit these fortifications. After that WW2 sightseeing marathon we called it a day and stayed at the Port en Bessin campground which was a little over-priced.
Just as a side note, we’ve become campground connoisseurs over the last week, and know what makes a good one night stop!
Word of 10/06: Landing Beaches
The final day of our WW2 Road Trip started at Arromanches at the 360 ...
... causes and conflicts of WWII. It poured rain but then the sun came out. So it was into sunny skies that we reached the bluff which houses Normandy's American Cemetery and Memorial overlooking Omaha Beach. `
Later back at the house, Bernie, Brian and Erin enjoyed eating the fresh fish Brian got at the market that morning. We grilled with 'pommes et haricots'. After super we all walked Omaha Beach watching the sun set.