Hotel Le Duguesclin
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... don’t want me to leave. When my towel didn’t fit, Ashley said "well I guess that’s it then. You can’t leave." If only it were that easy. After I was packed they made me follow them to the kitchen where they produced a most beautiful cake that they purchased to try and make me stay in France forever. We split it 6 ways and enjoyed it thoroughly. It was such a nice gesture, that will ...
... why they all moved in at once. But it was a little too much excitement for seven people ready for bed. My roommates Ashley, Katherine and I decided to watch She’s the Man after our ant-venture and we ate chocolate and cookies in my bed. (Probably not the smartest thing if we have ants in the house…but it’s my second last night. I’ll survive.) Now we’re off to sleep, hoping no ants would bother us in the ...
... We looked at the names on some of the crosses, walked to the small chapel in the middle to see the next section of crosses. It was time to leave for Paris.
Back in the car we drove through the town of Bayeux. It looked like a really nice town to have a wander through but there was no time. We bought some lunch supplies and we were on our way. There was excitement building as we got close to Paris and spotted the Eiffel tower in the distance. It was all lit up and at one point ...
... the beach to see coastal German casemates positioned along the entire bluff area, much of it destroyed by the night bombing campaigns. There were two sections of Utah beach, separated by Point du Hoc, a stretch of cliff jutting out onto the English Channel.
Point du Hoc was focus of a major episode of the invasion and the imposing, impossibly vertical cliffs presented one of the most challenging actions of the campaign. US Rangers, ...
... entry on Mont-St-Michel.
-"Gardens of Remembrance: The men and their destiny". OREP Editions. ISBN: 978-2-912925-15-2. This is a concise, detailed and photogenic 50 page masterpiece which describes the cemeteries that came to be as a result of the Normandy campaign of 1944.
-"Landing Beaches". Jean Quellien. OREP Editions. ISBN: 978-2-915762-70-9. A sound and comprehensive survey of the main invasion beaches and the aftermath.