Hotel Du Havre
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
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... that I was serious she sighed and reluctantly agreed to be dragged along to see some random tapestry. Hey, I was pretty sure I was getting dragged along to plenty of galleries, museums and shops in Paris and Madrid! She apologised soon after we entered the museum! The Bayeux tapestry was completed at the beginning of the 12th Century and records the deeds of William the Conqueror as he invaded England. It's 70m long, and quite spectacular (even if you aren't a huge fan of ...
... delicious desserts. After our "dejeuner" we walked around Honfleur, taking pictures and popping in and out of various boutiques. After about 5 hours of walking and shopping around, we decided to call it an earlier day than what we had been having, and head back to Ifs and then back to Ouistreham. We made a brief stop at the Carrefour for a few things and then home to relax.
Martha prepared a lovely dinner for us, and we called Suzanne to explain our request to join us ...
We woke up around 8am and took our time eating a breakfast of yogurt, bananas and jam on bread we toasted using a frying pan as there was no toaster in our hotel suite. Then we packed up and hit the road for the 2.5 hour drive to the town of Caen, near the Normandy WW2 landing sites. Clear skies and a 130 km/hr speed limit lead to a smooth drive, with many amazing sights of the ...
... pelted by rain!
Sarina and I wandered around the village, but Lin went back to the dressage. Sarina wanted a rain jacket and we found one, but it was a trade stall and when we went to the actual shop, they didn't have one in her size. They organised for one to come from another store, but it didn't help Sarina at the time as she was freezing.
We went back to the dressage to see the ...
... to William the Conquerors Castle and saw all the ruins and the buildings that survived WWII. After the castle we saw a gothic looking church but unfortunately did not go in (Maybe we can go another day WINK WINK MRS CRAIG AND DAVE). We went to lunch on an adorable little street with flags lining the street. We ate at a place called Le Triplex where we ate salads, crêpes and omelettes. It was all very lovely.