Travel Blogs from Cherbourg
... we arrived at Barfleur, a sleepy fishing village near Cherbourg; the name fishing village says it all, you guessed it: an evening in a nice restaurant eating mussels in cheese cream. Barfleur…where time has slowed down and the tide had ran out causing the entire fleet of boats and smaller ships to rest on the waterless harbour floor.
(there is around 6 meters difference between high and low tide in this ...
... Sainte Mere Eglise, które (nie wymagajcie wiekszych wyjaśnień od mnie) znane jest z tego, ze jeden spadochroniarz zawisl tam na cala noc podczas wojny. I nie wiem, czy manekin zwisajacy z kościoła w Sainte Mere Eglise to dobra rzecz, ale to jest jedyny powód, dlaczego ludzie tu sa i jest to dla nich dobre.
Wszystkie miejsca są warte odwiedzenia
Zmęczona teraz, bo to był długi dzien
... and back.
We made it to Avranches in good time and found a car park within reasonable walking distance after 10mins of searching. Then out on the road with the other punters...heading for the town centre and the best vantage spot.
Of course, every TdF stage is preceded by the Caravan and we were just in time to see this procession wind up the hill to the town centre. The caravan ...
... for about 5kms before hitting the coast road. Saw some magnificent coastline and stopped for photos for a few choice spots.
Places visited included, Greville, Beaumont - Hague and Vauville
All up, 52kms and back in time for the TdF
Out for dinner in Cherbourg town at the Cafe de Paris with Rosa, Norbert and Chris.
... trying to show my eagerness to learn and understand, and asking her if I was pronouncing it right. She didn't seem to care though, so I gave up and went to get the damn basket.
Tuesday with the kids was very fun. I had them both at lunch and I had Ester during the afternoon after school. I really do enjoy playing with them and right now, as I'm trying to figure out what I will miss being here, I think one of the things I will miss most is my interactions with ...