Hotel L'Ile de la Lagune
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... was a spectacle.
And Thursday started well. We went up to Lake Raho and D had a wonderful time swimming in the warm shallow water of the lake caused by a 'barrage', shopping on the way back, and then the nightmare started!
We both have complete sets of keys for Monty and Smartie and a 'get us home' set which we keep in Smartie. We got back and I could not find my Monty keys. We searched everywhere in both vehicles and returned to the beach. By late afternoon, I had ...
... one that would go even farther, as we planned to your the several of the actual D day sights the next day. We stayed until the museum closed, still only seeing half of the exhibits. Our plan was to stay the night in Honfleur, a tiny little town right on the English Channel about an hour north of Caen. The drive was pretty and it was well worthy he extra time when we saw the charming harbor filled with small sailboats and surrounded ...
... time. The caves where very vast but a huge disappointment to us as the drawings are not on public display and are down tunnels which are not accessible and are blocked off. Absolutely no photos are permitted. However we did take the tour through the caves and it was conducted in French so we hardly understood anything the guide said and so cold our teeth were chattering at times.
Our last day in this magnificent area I am truly sad ...
After a short 8k up the first stage of the Pyranees I was still rearing to go but I heeded good advice and booked in for the night. I had a bowl of soup for lunch and waited to be shown the room.
Well you would not believe it. 10 people on double bunks male and female together. Mould on the walls and the room so small the only thing was to ...
... I could do. At least I had shelter from getting wet, being hit by lightning or wiped away from an avalanche. The rain splashed on the roof but did not get through. After 2 hours the horror was over. With a smile on my face, thanking God and though excited for the days adventure I fell back asleep. The next morning I opened the door to see...nothing ....but fog. 5m sight. How could I find my way now in the middle of nowhere in the ...