Hotel Le Faisan Dore
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... a French registered and an English one.
We needed water in the morning so walked around to the Boulangerie to get some jetons (tokens) for the borne for the water. Bought a couple of lovely raspberry tarts while there. When we got back we chatted to the English chap until it got too cold to stand outside although I think he would have talked longer.
I tried to read after dinner but was so tired that I fell asleep. Must have been all ...
Two more bridges over the adjacent canals and we're into Le Havre.
The hotel is situated perfectly for tomorrow's ferry port - 300 yards away. Perfect.
Few beers and food at the Hacienda restaurant round the corner.
After another tiring day we nod off watching Two & Half men
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... his statement. The countryside around the factory was beautiful. It was pasture land with huge fields of grains, grasses, and cows. The kind of land that makes you feel you would be perfectly content to live on a small farm in the country surrounded by cows and sheep with a flock of chickens. Normally the smell of animal poop wakes me from this dream but not ...
In short order, the 3rd Division's North Nova Scotia Highlanders and the 2nd Armoured Brigade's Fort Garry Horse were decimated. But it would only get better for the Germans.
The 2nd Division's Royal Hamilton Light Infantry and the Royal Regiment of Canada made some progress but had the misfortune to run into a defensive line of tanks and 88 mm guns. It was not even close. But, the piece de resistance was when the Black Watch (the Montreal based Royal ...
... br> Wanting to avoid tolls, and missing a few turns meant we managed to get diverted onto some spetacularly rustic chemins that were barely wide enough for a bicycle, let alone a car. Spotted the odd chateau and old church when we were on the main roads but we didn't stop to linger. There'll be planty more to see further on in the trip.
Managed to find Domaine de la Fromagerie, the gite we booked near Lisieux for the first couple of nights. ...