Ibis Styles Ouistreham
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lovely and rediculously close to ferry port- perfect for ferry crossing to Portsmouth.
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... Atlantic wall, field guns, and memorials. Then you have the opportunity to walk on to the beach. It is the strangest sensation to walk from a museum where you have been looking at photos and videos of fighting, death, and destruction... and then walk on to a beach where children are playing in the surf and kite surfers are out on the water enjoying the windy day. Life goes on, I suppose.
We had a bit of ...
... and we spent a very pleasant afternoon sitting out in the sun chatting with each other and with other English people who pulled in. This evening, we walked down into Ouistreham to one of the restaurants and had a very nice meal. Ken and Carole are catching the early morning ferry back to Portsmouth tomorrow so it was nice to be able to spend some more time with them, poor ...
... Again, the beginning is just a crowded meandering through the shops and the restaurants to climb higher and higher to get to the Abbey. We weren’t hungry and didn’t want to buy anything to have to carry uphill with us so we just climbed and rested and took photos and climbed. It is a loooonnnnngggg way to the top.
Finally we reach close to the top and there is a museum which my husband wants to visit. It says it is a historical museum but ...
... ancient timbers, but beautifully renovated – and nicely warm and full of light!! After we are shown round the cottage by the manager, we sit down and enjoy a relaxing G&T, while we read the info about the cottage and its surrounds. A mistake, as it turns out, because at 7.35pm we read that the local supermarket stays open late – it doesn’t close til 7.30pm. We race to the car, but sure enough, ...
... on D Day. Omaha, an American beach saw, if I recall correctly, around 4000 dead on D Day.
The opening in the cliffs at Arromanches made the perfect place to bring ashore supplies, vehicles, and troops. From June of 1944 to November of 1944, most everything used came ashore there. They built the Mulberry harbors in England, floated them to France, assembled them..............a huge Engineering feat, and a structure, when ...