Hotel Du Golf Barriere
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Last night was spent in Le Havre, in once again a free camping spot. It is remarkable but they are everywhere in France. If you want to pay for a real caravan park then you will need to wait until March/April before they are open, so anywho we bunked down for the night after arriving mid afternoon. We took a walk looking for a warm pub or restaurant and since it was Monday, nothing was open. The majority of business ...
... no passenger facilities but it
would do and would save us the long drive home from Dover in the
morning. After a single drink, I was ready to sleep. We were kicked
out of the restaurant so they could close it and found a reclining
chair in the lounge. It was impossible to get comfortable, in a
draught and with the door constantly banging nearby. We gave up
after some hours and eventually found peace sleeping on the floor in
the children's play area.
... on the terrasse who had the French equivalent of the seafood basket; but presented on a tall silver stand so that other passers-by could admire their lunch catch. We bought beautiful warm quiche from the bakery and ham and baguette that we ate in the car on the way to the Bayeux tapestry near the Normandy Landing beaches. It was just magic travelling with Marty and so kind of him to take take time out of his own D-day; wedding planning to accompany us. ...
... and working. A coffee machine in the reception for all free tea, coffee and hot choc which we also had in Paris - great idea and we have made us of this freeby.
Just unpacked our bags and headed out to do some sight seeing first stop was the museum and pegasus bridge, great mesuem and grounds with the old bridge restored in the grounds. Walked over the bridge and across the road to the memorial grounds. There were 2 ...
Travel from the dunes was via Fromelles the Pheasant Woods cemetry for the Aussie diggers with a few British as well. Met a bloke from Henty who was visitng with his family. Travelled via the 2 Seine bridges or what you could see of them because of the down pours. First introduction to the tollway system. ...