Hotel les Sternes
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... at the same time. The pictures don't do it justice. Almost 10,000 Americans are buried there. We also went to the Canadian Center at Juno Beach. It rained off & on all day but we all walked around everything anyway. Very emotional day but I'm really glad we did the tour. By the time we muddled our way through the subway it was about 10 pm when we got back to the ...
... due to its emence size. It is hard imagine how the troops could jump into the water and then charge overy a quarter mile just to get to the German positions over looking the beach. The final stop was Point Du Hoc where the Army Rangers were tasked with taking the important position between Utah and Omaha beaches.
... passage plan done for Camaret in the morning we had a day of relaxation and a ventured into the main town (landeda) exploring. We walked a couple of miles up hill into the town for a few groceries and met a girl from Hull. We were in a bar waiting for the supermarket to open (any excuse !) and she was sat at the next table and recognised our accents immediately. She ...
... found my new favourite beer, Affligem in one of the local bars so it's been good to us Roscoff. But tomorrow the winds have died enough for us to creep a little further South to L'Aber Wrach about a 6/7 hour sail down the coast. We will be leaving early again on the 6am tide and hoping to be there early afternoon, we have also met another clue, Mark & Joy on Arrafina who are also heading South to the Med so I'm sure we'll be meeting up a few times with them along the ...
... back to the boat. After dinner we ventured back into the old town and walked across the bridge to the landing jetty where the ferries across to Isle de Batz leave from at low water. It gave a good view of the channel we have to come through when we leave - it looks very daunting at low tide. On the way back we passed the museum of the onion 'Johnnies' all in all a very adventurous and enjoyable ...