Hotel de la Marine
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... stop long enough at most of the "stops" to see everything properly. We stopped at St. Catherine's Bay, where we saw a magnificent sand sculpture, also a woman selling Akubra hats (genuinely made in Australia) for less than we would pay for them at home! No corks, but. Apparently Health and Safety didn't like them!
Monday, I went to the Jersey War Tunnels. These are underground tunnels, similar to those on Guernsey, which the Germans "dug" ...
I can't tell you the amount of reenactments I've seen today. Many, many French men and women dress up, drive WWII military vehicles or cars, and celebrate the 70th anniversary of their freedom from the Germans. We caught a parade of military vehicles coming up the street so we stayed to watch, as the Andrew Sisters blared over the loud speakers. There was a little boy walking down the street in Bayeux with his mother. He was waving an American flag. Naturally, ...
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! ...
... twice last week, at her request. So I don't understand why I couldn't do it today. She then yelled at me for having Ester eat at school yesterday, even after I'd explained we had hardly anything to eat in the house.
Eventually, after about five minutes of being screamed at, in front of the children at 7:30 a.m. I asked her to not talk to me like she was. She told me she could talk to me however she wanted. I informed her that the conversation was done and that if ...
... Most of what’s going to follow is language that I use solely with the girls.
Bonjour! – Hello. I use this phrase all the time. It’s the phrase I use to wake the girls up in the morning. It’s also what you say when you walk into a store here, and I do a lot of shopping – mostly picking stuff up for the family or getting things for activities I want to ...