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... it was already getting late and I was keen to try to see Pegasus bridge, a key bridge across the Orne that was a critical target during the D-Day landings to ensure that the German Tanks couldn't cross and attack the landing forces at Sword Beach. We didn't have time to stop at the museum, but managed to cross the new version of the bridge (the original was replaced for something a little larger, but exactly the same design) and then seeing ...
... dry and was just taking bens suit off when the sun came out again, so suited Ben back up but he only wanted a few more minutes. They've got a really nice toddler park and a Villages des Enfants, cute little wooden houses in a village set up for them to play in. Kids loved it. Ben bounced around quite merry for a while on the bouncy castle with cars on it and Bella loved going in a big girl swing for the first time. Had benji's ...
... hour splashing around - v similar to Martragny - shallow section, main pool, but they had an extra bit at the end ( didn't get there to investigate). Kids loved it, threw themselves around like maniacs, splashing everyone they could. Bella's so confident in the water now, she starting to really motor around. Lots of jumping in and ...
... Incredible!! As they say. I have no idea who won or who lost it really is totally irrelevant.
Next up the first Plateau cars from the mid-twenties to 1946, Bentleys, Talbots, Lagondas, and a Morgan (v small) Bugatti’s you name it. Each was driven out swung across the track and reversed to the pit wall. The marching band were still marching the mayor still greeting the sun now shining and the drivers sweating (profusely) in overalls gloves ...
... he shrugged unimpressed and explained that he had seen them before, we wandered out and asked for just 2 euros as recompense.
The rain had now stopped and the road was steaming from evaporating residue, into the cars we swung it round and headed back to the hotel triumphant with our haul. Once there we quickly headed for the pool to cool off while the car cooled down too. An hour later James and I returned to the car park to fit the relay and see whether ...