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We started the day off strolling through Caen's abbey and castle--the abbey was beautiful, very similar to Notre Dame. We ate Clemson-colored macaroons and other pastries while staring at it! I'm starting to discover that a whole load of sugar for breakfast does not keep one hungry for long…oh well!
We stopped over in Bayeux, a name I still can't pronounce right, (I'm having trouble remembering ...
... to see why so many monks travel to see it, because it was very peaceful and there were many rooms to seek solitude.
The French are definitely living up to every cliche, ever. Multiple times a day we see people carrying baguettes around and creme brûlée is common everywhere--and very cheap and delicious.
We decided to travel onwards to our final destination in France, ...
After a lazy start we slip the bout and gear over to feel up and go onto the quay to explore . A stroll around the town and try to hunt some wifi proved quite difficult hence the delay in posting the blog. Some quaint streets and novel ideas but nothing too lively just a boat graveyard. When we return to the boat the customs boys are nearby again but this time they leave us alone. Dinner a shore for Eric to have his mussels and frites before setting off next morning to ...
Time to leave and just as a little reminder Ellisa decides to play up again with her gears - something more serious that we hope will hold out till she is back in the UK for further investigation. Writing this as we are 2/3 of the way across it still feels a long way but has been a very pleasant passage so far compared to our last 2 shorter trips heading round top of Portugal and N Spain. The sea state has been moderate and we ...
The last day of our holiday had arrived but we still decided to undertake a full day of exploring. The first trip of the day was to a place called Lochronan. Made famous as being one of the main locations used for the 1979 film adaptation of Thomas Hardy's Tess, it is a small village that is remarkably untouched by time. The town was first known for making sails but, once this industry went into decline, ...