Hotel La Granitiere
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... ride home which passed off without incident, although Les had a bit of a panic when he was very low on fuel and the '24 hour' petrol station we were aiming for on the A34 was closed!
On the M1 at junction 25, I waved farewell to Gilly and Les and peeled off towards Nottingham arriving home at 3.30am and ending the trip.
Miles today - 300
Total mileage for the trip - 3538
Have you ever gone somewhere and wondered if you are in the right place? Or, maybe you got the time wrong? This was the situation at the ferry terminal. As I said yesterday, we got there pretty early because driving around Ireland in the dark is not good for one's health or car insurance.
We were early and the terminal was mostly empty. The lady at the Stenna Line desk was very nice, got us checked in, and directed us ...
... famously scaled a 90-foot cliff under fire from the Germans. While not incurring nearly as many lives (225 soldiers took part in the assuault and 90 survived), the sheer impossibility of scaling the crumbling cliffs with Germans firing upon them makes the assault at Pointe du Hoc that much more mind-boggling. Many German bunkers and batteries remain at the site, connected ...
... stones. The beach wound around to the small town and offered another perspective on the arch. We skipped and bounced stones for a while then retraced our steps up the steep slope.
The main section of Honfleur consisted of narrow buildings bordering a rectangular harbor. These buildings were made famous by several impression artists and, even during our short visit; the lighting changed significantly providing very different images. Also of note, we had an enjoyable lunch at a ...
... myself, I’d naturally think in English, and Hannah (who is from Germany) speaks nearly perfect English. We speak English together because usually by the time we see each other, we are so tired and worn out from our days with the children that the idea of speaking French just seems too daunting. However, since making more friends, I’ve found out that I can speak French, even when I’m exhausted, if ...