Hotel des Quatrans
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... is buried. That's strange, because I thought they would have to die first. She also told us the nuns live in the village outside and only the monks live at the abbey, yet in 2011 we were told only nuns lived there. The abbey is an incredible feat of architecture. It was built on a pyramid-shaped rock. The point is in the nave and a platform is built on top of that, supported by crypts of people who died during the time of construction. We walked ...
... to the German Cemetery. Obviously, the Germans did not bury their war casualties as there were in retreat. The US did, using German prisoners of war to help with the task. The cemetery is in stark contrast with the US cemetery. The white crosses in the US cemetery are replaced with dark, volcanic crosses; there are two German soldiers buried at each cross. In the center of the cemetery is a large hill where many of the unknowan German soldiers are buried. It is a dark, somber ...
... Aires were full. We even tried the camping ground, but the office was closed for the night. We ended up parking on a street corner, where we squeezed the 3 vehicles into 2 parks!
The weather has been cool and incredibly windy on the coast. The wind makes for interesting driving on the Autoroutes, as the van gets quite a sway on at times... especially exciting when you're passing a large truck! We were rocked to sleep by the wind buffeting the vehicle.
... s generous pushing and French abilities to get to the minister. We got a couple pictures of us with him and even a picture with him clearly using the cell phone app, a huge feat for us.
We arrived home and had an appetizer of baguette and then ordered pizza and McDonald's. After dinner, we interviewed the second American D-Day veteran, William Notley. He had many interesting and memorable stories to tell us. This ...
... knew this is why I came to Normandy. It was destiny. The sandwich was ham and butter. Now everything here is fresh from the source. It as decilioux. You couldn't ruin my mood when I was eating. I was content mainly because I worked soooo hard for this very moment. I worked 90 hours a week and then immediately started the CPA just to eat this French sandwich. That was not the end of my food. I found another petite chocolatier and pastier shop and pointed, waved ...