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- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Banquet room
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... village of Gorey, which was a little over a mile away. Barbara walked about a mile (I sure hope I can walk a mile on my 91st birthday!) She decided to rest on a bench on the beachfront while Paul and I walked a bit further. It is a charming little village - very different from Yorkshire villages; this felt like we were in France.
We jumped back on the bus to St Helier and had lunch at a pasty shop inside a very attractive shopping arcade, which used ...
... War 1 type battle with the Germans. See the pictures for the difference and you'll be as surprised as I am. As for Arromanches, it is a small little village harbor that lies in between 2 valleys. As I walked down the valley into the town, I noticed how similar it is to Britain! It is little Britain! There are pubs, Guinness, English spoken, and very loud accents. It is nice to be in little Britain! One of the first things I noticed is there were landing craft ...
... a nice campsite just outside Barneville-Carteret at a little place called St. Jean-de-la-Riviere and intended to stay for 3 nights but unfortunately they close on Sunday, so we could only do 2. However it was a very nice all-singing, all-dancing site with very modernistic showers and toilets, all black marble looking with a swipe card to get in, and we made good use of all the facilities possible. ...
... but around Pointe du Hoc they kept it as it was. The depth of the craters, the force it would take to make them, and the number of them made you feel like it was a miracle anyone survived. Truly amazing.
We ate lunch in what was a bedroom at a German command post. It was in this quiet, little building in this quiet village that this older French gentleman owned. He served lunch upstairs and on the main level, he had put together a bit of museum. It ...
... than they trust him, I think. However, on Tuesday he wasn't having any of it. They both told him they didn't want to go with him, which resulted in a fiasco. He insisted that he could take them with them because he was his dad. I said no, he couldn't because there's no court mandate that says I have to let them go with him, and I work for the mom, not for him. It's my job to do what she says. And she had told me that if they didn't want to go, then they didn't have ...