Hotel de la Marine
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... an undersea pipeline 35km long was constructed from England to Cherbourg to pump fuel directly to the invasion force.
Following the Cemetery visit, we were taken to a point on Omaha Beach itself at St Laurent Sur Mer, near the cliffs below Pointe du Hoc. This location and view was of great interest to me because of the military history attached to it. The US 2nd Ranger Battalion landed and ...
... lasts and lasts...light weight ,and not a ozone affecting spray..
.Lastly my Travel Walkers ,getting well used now, but have walked many miles ,and so lightweight and great support...!! Hints for you Liz..perhaps...how wonderful your blog will be ready for me when we get home....!!!
We have had a nice breakfast today[Saturday]as we sail along on glassy seas, at 10 knots...making it last... we could be a hazard to ...
A slightly longer journey today, 50 miles, still all along the coast road up the western side of the Cotentin Peninsula. Lots of the way reminded us very much of Romney Marsh or Camber Sands. We had a stop in the dunes for a wander around to see the rocks that were supposed to be just off the shore, but couldn't see them for looking. Perhaps the sea has risen to cover them since the map was printed! ...
... it was petty and small, so I decided to be the bigger person, just say "oui oui oui. C'est comme tu veux" and nod my head. Monday was a great day. I was thrilled to be back around the girls. I've really grown attached to them and while I was in Paris, I did miss them. However, I didn't miss the situation.
Tuesday was arguably one of the worst days of my life. Their dad has this habit of showing up to lunch to get them without prior warning, which unsettles ...
... between 3rd and 1st class. The placement was completely brilliant. On one side you have the rugged bunking of 3rd class passengers, on the other the recreation of the immaculate ballroom with sweeping staircase. There's a barrier in front of you, and you literally can't get through it. It's genius. It seriously makes you feel/empathize with each class depending on which side you're on. I tried to open the door, and for once in this country was happy to find something locked. ...