Travel Blogs from Caen
... smaller so you can walk everywhere. Granted, I wouldn't walk all the way across town like we did sometimes but it was rather fun (not so much fun then!) The Jameson tour is quite worth the money and will teach one everything about Jameson and it is a smaller tour so it is more enjoyable. Guinness was great only because they taught you how to pour the beer and the sky bar is worth the view! Dublin is not a city that has a ton of attractions so I think we stayed long enough. ...
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!
... br> The ground at Point du Hoc has m***********s that look like craters. The area had been battered by an American air assaults the night before.
The day we were at Point du Hoc there were many veterans looking around, shaking hands, telling stories. (I think there had just been a ceremony of some kind) There were kids with autograph books, asking for signatures, I have never seen a more deserving rock star than these men. It ...
From my home in Normandy, the four hours ago of road, even more.
It's was very long, but it was worth it !
Once arrive low there, we saw the sea.. splendifierous ! *.*
We are to stay in a campsite during a week!
The day we take out to visit some monument.
But the most mattering it is because we went to visit the Cean Memorial and Museum history and civilization.
It is very beautiful !
So my first french dinner party was a great success for moi. I was the perfect chair (sit pretty and stay out of the way, then I ate a ton ( a big compliment) and I made them laugh. And they made me laugh. It was a success :) I am very content.
Ok, I must go to sleep now. I am very tired from being sick yesterday and from my big day- but in the most happy of ways. :)
Bon Nuit mes amis!
-the traveling tricoteuse.