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In reviewing my last post, I realized that I had not mentioned that if you'll click the individual photos that are included with the entries, you'll see my comments on the photo. Now it's time to start packing for our train ride to Paris, where I'll have more time and energy to put a little meat to the bones of my entries!
... fine and we were back in Bayeux by 4pm.
Today - We were going to St. Lo and Mt. St Michelle, but due to GPS problems and severe traffic problems, it didn't work out. Pretty frustrating, but we're fine with it. Enabled us to come back to the hotel, have meal and take a nap.
Tomorrow - We head for Paris on the 2pm train! It will be nice to settle in for a few days!
... of this massive operation. Go see this film if you're ever in Normandy! I am thinking about seeing it again!! Next, I walked into Arromanches and the city was even more packed than last night! I went to the DDAY museum here that specializes in the Mulberry harbor. I was basically re learning what I heard last night so I did not stay very long. The only cool thing I learned were what the countries Contributed to the war and which flags belong to the countries. At the big ...
We packed up, said good bye to the hotel des grandes ecoles and got on the metro to head to gare St Lazare After a quick train ride (boys couldn't believe how nice it was) we took a taxi to pick up a rental car. Stick shift skills come back quickly. I already parallel parked. Well. We struck out for lunch so had Crepes ...
... ate another half of a baguette and found a dark chocolate covered marshmallow for later. We finally ordered a pizza and just then saw a market right across the street. While waiting for our pizza we ran across and bought a small bottle of wine and some cookies. We walked back to the hotel slowly and stopped a couple times along the way. It's 9:30 now and dad's asleep. Goodnight, my loves. ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed