Ibis Budget Cabourg Dives Sur Mer
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... eighty monks weren't much for decor. When we completed the tour, we faced the long trek down the stairs and the cobble stone path. Mont St Michel is certainly worth the visit, we were glad that we came, but the outward appearance is much grander than the interior tour. This completes our planned tours. Today (Tuesday) we hope to have better luck in finding our seats on the train heading back to Paris where we will spend the night before flying home tomorrow. It has been a fun and educational ...
... uphill to the Cote de Grace with the old cathedral and stunning views of the town. We also found the best bakery with our favourite baguettes of the trip in Honfleur where we went daily to purchase the seedy multigrain baguette they called cereale.
There were markets yet again in nearby Trouville, where we walked around the port and the fish market, and stopped for a seafood platter of deliciously fresh oysters, prawns and crab claws. It was ...
Our first full day in Port-en-Bessin was spent just exploring the town. Vero and I decided to give the kids a break from sightseeing and left them at our house to get their iPad fix while she and I headed off in the morning to check out the open air market that takes place here on Sundays. It was a great idea. The market was really interesting and we ended up buying quite a number ...
... of locks. If you are a fan of Finding Nemo, picture a large group of seagulls waiting in the water across from our house for the scraps from the fish market to be thrown in the water. Feel free to insert the obligatory, "Mine, mine, mine …".
For me, the significant of visiting Normandy lies in visiting the D-Day related sites. We went to the Operation Overlord museum first (note that the locals have built a museum almost any remaining relic of D-Day ). It presented the ...
... leave you with a quote from one of the exhibits that we saw:
“Beauty that dies the soonest, lives the longest. Who can fail to see the beauty and sacrifice our brave lads are making? Because they cannot keep themselves for a day, we’ll keep them forever in memory and give them immortality.” Mrs. H.M. Lane, American Civilian