Hotel Du Golf Barriere
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- Minbar in room
- Conference facilities
- Heated pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... train and the next one doesn't leave for another hour, so now I am enjoying a boxed sandwich and a beer. I guess balancing all the eggs yesterday helped me out. I managed to carry my bag, wheel my suitcase and manoeuvre the food tray with only one near spill. Unfortunately missing the train means I have an hour less to travel around Paris, but that's the way things ...
... small cartons. We had no room in our bags and in France plastic bags are not a thing that people have. Though, today was a balmy 18 degrees and I was able to walk around without a coat, so the eggs struggles were easily forgotten. Ottawa needs to stop it with this whole snow thing; my winter coat is not making a comeback this season. When I arrived home I decided to load all my possessions onto my bed and start the lovely game ...
... the Plage de Deauville. Even though it is a beach, the water looked cold, even though it was summer! I didn't swim as I left my swimming trunks in the car. After having a walk on the beach, we walked back and went to see a nice small lake that was literally just beside the apartment, and there were lots of wild duck swimming there too. I took some photos. Exhausted from the plane and car ride, I fell asleep at about 6:00pm, plus there was a 7 hour jet lag ...
It would be difficult to imagine a sacrifice of greater proportion than the story told by the field of crosses and Stars of David at the Omaha Beach American Cemetery where we spent the better part of a rainy morning today in a chilling wind. We had the same weather conditions - air temp 62F., blustery gales to 40 knots, and cold 52 degree sea water-- that American ...
... plan an extra hour just to stroll onto the beach, site the firing lanes and duck in and out of those German built bunkers still open to the public.
In leaving Courseulles, take either the D79 or the D170 and head off in the direction of Caen. In short order, you will come upon the Canadian war cemetery between Beny-sur-Mer and Reviers.
This is an immaculately kept piece of France. There are 2,044 Canadians, 4 British and 1 Frenchman buried, ...