Ibis Caen Centre
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... array of layers which would have befitted a traveller to the Arctic Circle. She must have been extremely snugly because she slept the whole way!! We made a coffee stop but found the chosen cafe, which had a prominently displayed 'ouvert' sign, closed! Doh! But not to worry as we found a very nice place in the next, larger, town. And it had warmed up by now! By the time lunchtime arrived, by good fortune, we found a ...
Well it is moving day again today. I hate living out of a suitcase, and having 2 cases to repack before leaving, is no fun. Thank heavens we are having 2-3 nights at each location. Our train to Caen did not leave till 3pm which gave us the morning to play with. We didn't need to book out of the room till 12 midday, so we took our time. As we had seen all of Paris yesterday we FaceTimmed the littlies again ...
Oh my goodness, where do I begin? Since two days have passed, since I last posted, I am going to have to cram a lot into one post. We landed in Paris yesterday morning (6/23), and successfully made it through customs and met up with our driver with Sunstransfers to take us to Gare Saint Lazare. Little did we know that we would arrive in sufficient time to catch the 8h45 train, however, we decided ...
... my dad made me learn to drive stick so many years ago!! I was so looking forward to the beautiful views along the way and they did not disappoint...what did surprise me... the three sleeping people who were not keeping me company in the car! Oh well, they were tired apparently. It took a little over 2 hours to get to Caen and our next challenge, finding parking. We actually found it pretty quickly and again, thankful ...
... and streets near the beaches are still named after the units that fought there. We went to “360 Film – Normandy’s 100 days”, in a circular cinema which showed on 9 screens, unpublished archive footage retracing the 100days of the raging Battle of Normandy which ended when the Allies crossed the River Seine on August 19th, 1944. Paris was liberated on August 25 and Germany surrendered on May 8, 1945. The statistics are ...