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After the cathedral, we went to the tapestry museum. Again, Jon waited whilst I went in (his insistence!) What a joy and a wonder! I remember learning about the Bayeux Tapestry at school and drawing Harold with his arrow in his eye. To stand and see the actual cloth... It was an amazing moment. The museum is so well done. The tapestry is stretched out in a darkened corridor, illuminated behind glass. Each visitor has an audio guide ...
... and waited for our ferry to England. We are slurping in cabins of four to sleep. We really enjoyed France and are looking forward to England. By the way so far today we have walked 16,075 steps --6.18 miles! The students are now on the the leaders keeping track of steps and if we make a wrong turn to retrace our route they say, "at least we are getting more steps!" Every morning we have a morning song on the bus. Our song is appropriately titled "500 miles!" Good night ...
... spewed out at the cash registers and then heading to their dreary grey parking lot.
A bit of a come-down but it has to be done!
The end of this part of our gap year will be at Wold's End in Chipping Camden with no Internet connection for a couple of weeks.
I'll be doing a new blog for the Russian trip so if you don't hear form me via blog or email - it's because of the lack of internet service.
... covered under that if it isn't under warranty.
I managed to just catch the train I needed to get myself into Caen to meet Sarina, but it was raining very heavily by now! We still had the same issues with the shuttles, as they seem to be coming every 30 minutes, not the 15 they are supposed too, so decided to walk to the village from the dressage venue. Let me tell you, it was a long way when you ...
... new. It was weird to see Andrew driving a car in a different country. But they drive on the right side if the road over here so it's not too drastic a change. It's great to see him again and catch up about the last two weeks of our trip. First our driver takes us through Caen and first to the Longues-sur-mer gun batteries. These are the first WWII battlements on our tour today. In particular these are four separate bunker stations with large guns that look out ...