Hotel du Golf
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... same restaurant we went to last time and pretty much experienced the same menu. The only difference was dessert. The omelette was light as a feather and the salmon was nice. Whereas last time we had a panna cotta which lacked any flavour whatsoever, dessert today was apple pie with a drizzle of salted caramel sauce. Yum! I even enjoyed the cider this time. The staff rushed us through lunch before we again queued for the toilets, only this time it wasn't ...
... slogging froward to a front car. We sit down One by one, we are ousted from our seats by locals who shove their ticket with assigned seats in our faces. We scurry to some empty seats and the train starts to pull away when four more locals came for our seats (We had seats 83 through 88 where we were sitting - just in the wrong car). One nice Frenchman took one of our tickets and found a conductor. It seems we were supposed to be in car 16 and we were in car 14. The Frenchmen ...
... from the coast, this area is right by the Route du Cidre - lovely scenery driving through orchards, farmhouses, green pastures filled with cows, and picturesque villages. We had a bit of rain (not at all unusual for Normandy) so we stopped for a long lunch in Beuvron-en-Auge where I inadvertently ordered some kind of salad with slimy pigs trotters and other bits I don’t want to think about! I managed to eat about half of it. There are a tonne of places ...
... I go outside to check another entrance for signs, and all I find is a sign for bus parking and another for 'no lorries'.
As it's only 12noon we set off to find the Tourist Office to get a map of the town. We follow the signs, but can't find a TO anywhere. We then realise there's a market on and the TO is hidden behind ...
... did not know much about WW II and D-Day, the months of planning and coordination, the false harbor built and transported from England, the impact of the weather just prior to and shortly after the invasion, the weight and risk of Eisenhower's decision to proceed, and the absolute secrecy that had to be maintained for the success of the mission.
Ed and I visited the D-Day Beaches several years ago, and I mentioned to him earlier today that I had ...