Hotel Restaurant Les Fregates
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... was lunch and sightseeing in St-Valery-sur-Somme, however, upon arrival there in the driving rain, we settled for a nice plat du jour on the waterfront and drove on down the coast.
The drive was very pleasant and easy going through beautiful french countryside and fishing villages. We came upon one very well-to-do coastal village, Hautot-sur-Mer, which oozed charm and money, but the beach was disappointingly stoney. I had earlier been commenting on the plethora of old ...
From Paris to the Normandy coast. Well not quite the coast but a small village called Melamare which is about 25 km from the coast inland from Le Harve. But definitely in Normandy.
Stayed with friends there for the weekend – a couple I met a year ago in Mongolia. I caught the train to Breaute Beuzevill (Normandy) and got picked up at a station just before Le Harve and taken to their place on ...
We had a nice breakfast of eggs and sausage this morning before we headed to Dieppe. We walked along the coast, stopped at a lookout and our car decided to go home instead of going to the Canadian memorial in downtown Dieppe. There was insane traffic and no chance of getting a parking spot. So we went back to the chateau and enjoyed the relaxed luxury of swimming, tennis and getting ready for ...
... changed and we had lost an hour. Then while we were driving the petrol gauge was getting lower and there was not much left in the tank, I had forgotten that France does not have conveniently located petrol stations and we drove for an hour without passing one, with the gauge dropping all the time. Eventually we had to leave the motorway in search of petrol, including one 540 degree circuit of a roundabout and driving into ...
... return home and view the concert and fireworks from the Eiffel tower on TV - nothing short of spectacular. The 2 full days spent visiting the American war cemetery with over 9000 graves, Batterie de Merville with 4 German war bunkers and a reinactment of the battle within them, several landing beaches with military relics still intact and the huge museum at Caen, were emotionally draining. 37000 allies and 55000 German soldiers died in ...