Hotel La Rosiere
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... stopped serving at 2. We didn't mean to but we were forced to get Maccy D's. So that's what we did! In the sunshine with a few alcoholic beverages (with annoying French kids in the background!) A lovely afternoon then we (Jon) started the prep for our final roast of the trip. An unsurprising victory! We munched in the open - making the most of the weather - then turned in for Blind Side movie before early bed for a big day ...
... 3 each and the cakes and coffee for afternoon tea were also great!
Arromanche is a D-Day landing beachside resort town with the part-sunken remains of the English floating pontoons/jetties now littering the sea. The numbers are amazing.
But minimal blog tonight, I'm afraid. Chewing up too much 3G and grumpy apathy abounds!...
Hopefully photos and more details tomorrow at the next ...
... I opted to shop in the quaint stores instead. I wasn't disappointed. I found a nice nautical looking sweat coat that would go well with my striped sweater and a pink and navy scarf to match. Both of us were happy and spent a nice hour doing different things.
Afterward, we bought sandwiches at an outside shop and ate them as we looked around this town some more.
We had planned to drive ...
... naked babies on them. After that we went outside to the gardens and walked around for hours because they were really big!
The next day we went to the zoo in Paris and there were heaps of animals. One of my favourites from the day was the tarantula, which was big and the poison dart frogs, which were tiny. They were a lot smaller than I expected. Tallis and I had fun watching the bush-dogs run ...
... is really interesting and it is a miracle that it has survived to this day. Over the years amongst other things that could have resulted in its destruction, it has been used to cover up weapons during the French Revolution and in the 18th century, it was nearly cut up to provide decorations for a public holiday.
After this we had a short ride to Arromanches-les-Bains where we were to stop the last two nights of ...