Hotel Le Chalet
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Today, Josh and I took a 3 hour journey, by train and bus, to visit Normandy.
Obviously today was a bit more sombre than previous days of our Paris holiday. We both really wanted to see Normandy, and it was definitely worth the long trip.
We expected to see Canadian memorials at Juno beach, but what really caught us off guard was driving by just regular city parks, and seeing Canadian flags flying ...
DAY TWO - SUNDAY Woke up after a good night's sleep to a sea fog enveloping everything but it didn't take long to clear. The dreaded joggers in their fluorescent tops began to appear to do the necessary along the seafront. We breakfasted and then set off for Ouistreham where we have arranged to meet Ken & Carole. For some reason, yet again, our Satnag took us on a detour when ...
... so we pull up this small street and park and see it in the distance. Then I follow the road until I realize that it is going to take me right across this bridge that they built and up to the front door. So we turn around and go park in the hotel lot which some French people tell Hubby is OK to do. There is a shuttle just leaving and a bus of Japanese people waiting but we manage to get onto the next shuttle and are driven across the bridge to fairly ...
Surprise, surprise, today is another French holiday! Most people have today off but I don't get why they can't move the holiday tomorrow and just have a 4 day weekend! Even though most people are just taking off today and tomorrow and having a nice 5 day holiday! I realize I really shouldn't be talking since I'm currently on a 2 month holiday... I had another light breakfast with the French family and they had a wonderful conversation in French that I again, could ...
... and the bum think we'd finished! It wasn't actually so bad, I think because it was the run for the ferry home the brain was in quite a good place, and let me push on and not mull over how long was still to go and how fast we were going. Time went quite quickly, and the legs kept on turning. On the map there didn't seem to be a really obvious straight way to go, so with a false sense of ... stupidity, I set off on a google cycle route. I can see ...