Ibis Budget Coutances
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... was visiting from Utah. What a small world! Then we went to part of Gold Beach, which was taken by British forces, and walked around for a bit. It had really interesting, weird things that were half covered in sand. We think they were sunken boats, but we couldn't know for sure. Then we had a lunch of french fries (we had french fries in France! How cool is that?!) , chocolate crepes, Nutella crepes, sandwiches, and ...
... inside as it is from the outside. The cathedral dates back to 1210 when construction commenced under the orders of the now Saint Ereptiolus, who was the first Bishop of Coutances. This cathedral has had a varied and unique history like most we have visited during our journey. From devastating fires in the 13th century to 1562, where it was damaged then repaired during the religious wars and then to 1794 when it suffered superficial damage during the ...
... we were there with Daisy stuck amongst the freight. On the bottom of the Ferry. 600 stairs to climb. Well it felt like 600 anyway.The crossing was very calm and in no time we were in Calais and heading down the motorway to our first destination.
To our surprise the transit into France was so easy. We swiftly made our way towards Normandy and what we were then shocked at, was the number of Tolls you encounter. We hadn't accounted ...
... city of a million things to do! In some regards, I wish we had more time there but everything is so expensive compared to other countries! I don't think I will stay in that area again but it was good for the first few days where we did a lot of tourist attractions and the bus line went straight to them. There is so much history in London and it was fun to be apart of the city. I would say one of my favorite things to do was the London a Eye because we had good weather and ...
... the servicemen. All the stories were interesting and moving, but I still didn't hear one that touched me as deeply as the story of Thomas Dry Howie. Because our guide was so passionate about giving us detailed information about the battles, our tour lasted much longer than the one hour it was supposed to be. I believe Rudolph would have happily talked long into the night if we'd had the time to stay and listen.
We found a Chambre d'hotes for the night ...