Hotel Du Havre
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... of the german pillboxes are still around, can be explored. Stared at the tranquil english channel and tried to picture the largest amphibious invasion in history taking place before me. Tough to do with french schoolchildren laughing in the distance.
Hopped back on bike, zipped through Normandy countryside. Green, rolling hills, windy, narrow single-car-width paved roads, hedgerows, rabbits and birds, quaint streams carrying recent ...
Our first stop today was the Museum and Memorial of the British 6th Airborne Division in Caen. The memorial honored the men that died trying to capture the Pegasus Bridge. A group of British WWII Veterans came out of the museum and gathered to take a picture. It was a truly amazing and moving moment. WWII Veterans are dying at the rate of 600 per day, and in 5-7 years there will be none left.
The Battle for Pegasus Bridge:
The capture of the River ...
... french dinner party. It really was so much fun and a bit magical I think. I don't know why, but everything feels magical when it is in a different language- especially one so pretty! Also knowing how private the culture is, to be included is a compliment. I am so proud of myself because I made them laugh! Me with my limited french got a whole conversation going and then made them laugh. I feel like I have accomplished something.
... It is unnecessary and just plain rude.
So now I am in my room, having an attack of the glutens and blogging. It is my only consolation. Not really, but I grant you permission to envision this as me draped across a couch with the back of my hand draped woefully across my forehead- a pained and also saintlike expression on my face. Yes it sounds dramatic.... it's the ...
The Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial is a World War II cemetery and memorial in Colleville-sur-Mer, Normandy, France, that honors American troops who died in Europe during World War II. (Wikipedia)
This cemetery honors the American soldiers that died during D-Day, and representing each of them with white crosses, I must say that this place is very well maintained as it ...