Hotel La Granitiere
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to check out the nearest boulangerie for tomorrows croissant and the local supermarket where we bought a bargain bottle of gold medal winning wine for only £3.60 to toast our first night in France.....happy days!
The campsite is brilliant, we have a huge pitch with hedging on 3 sides for privacy, there is every amenity you could wish for including wifi and free use of the sauna, and all for only £12 per night!
... the D-Day landings.
The cemetery is the biggest and grandest of all the cemeteries that we visited - well it is American isn't it! Its location is on a cliff overlooking Omaha Beach.
To describe it simply - it is magnificent.
After getting through the stringent security checks, X-ray machine, wand etc, we spent some time in the Normandy Visitor Centre much of which is ...
... for those of you that may not know about Omaha Beach - this and Utah Beach were the two prinicipal landings the Americans made on June 6, 1944, with the intention of shifting the balance of power in the war over to the Allies. It worked, but only after nearly 4,000 American GIs lost their lives at the landing on Omaha Beach. The Germans had the high ground and were ...
From Rich:On our trip into Normandy, we stopped at two places that inspired impressions artists, Etretat and Honfleur.
At Etretat, we stumbled upon the road leading to the hill top overlooking the natural arch (also referred to as the elephant's trunk drinking water). Under a nearly cloudless sky, we hiked along the cliff edge. A short, harmless path led to a series of stairs, a tunnel, and an old metal ladder. At the end of this journey, we reached a beach of large ...
... br> I'm trying very hard to go forward into December with a positive, upbeat mindset. I'm hoping that by Christmas Eve, the girls will have learned a little about how to give and how to accept a gift with humility and grace. Maybe if they're not there, then maybe they'll at least one day reflect and remember the Au Pair that didn't give them a chocolate advent calendar. Perhaps one day, in a few years, they'll figure out what I was trying to do.
Remember, Christmas ...