Hotel des Quatrans
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Ce matin le reveil est difficile, mais nous devons aller a Port en Bessin acheter de la creme fraiche et des camemberts au marche. Puis Steph et Sam doivent aller chercher leurs noix de St Jacques a Courseulles. Ils nous deposent, Ced et moi, en chemin.
Nous faisons alors le menage, ...
... they're mostly covered up because it is so cold here. Rather, it's that it's a body. It's not a big deal. So, I reminded myself of this, tried to think of what I'd read in my French culture textbooks in college, and walked across the room (only me and my doctor were there. What did I have to be afraid of?) with my head held high and my hands at my side. And then I got my x-ray. No big deal.
After this, I put my clothes back on and waited for my x-ray to be ...
... of their own lives. There is a plaque commemorating the Canadian Minesweepers who worked for months prior to D-day clearing the sea of mines. So many lives lost. So many monuments and we didn't even touch the surface, not even getting to Utah beach further up the coast and missing Sword Beach as well. By the time we headed out it was close to 7pm. Coming into Caen was wild. We had no instructions as to how to get to our hotel and Caen is a sizeable city. We decided to wing ...
... business and the pictures I have managed to take are not good. I have to take like 2 or 3 to get a "decent" one. So thats disappointing. I do know that I will coome back to France one day, but I dont know if I'll necessarily come back to Caen so pictures are important. And mine are terrible. Boo. Well anyway, after the museum me, Rachel, and Anya (2 girls in my class) went to a local art school a couple blocks away from ...
... to the main floor of the bunker was restricted to visitors because it was really creepy down there. It might of been just my imagination or it could have been something more, either way I was filled with the feeling of dispare and sorrow. The level I was standing on reeked of fear but the level below me was filled with an intense insanity. I feel so bad for the soldiers who had to face that immense rage.
We left the bunkers and ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed