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Travel Blogs from Cherbourg
... While going through a folder of pictures I found a picture of Jerome and me and said ”wow, look at this !” We both laughed; boy had we changed. I leave it up to you if it is for the better or worse.
Ab and I said our goodbye’s; we had two very pleasant days with some real good friends who had now become Ab’s friends as well. Jerome’s 5 kids were amazing, not once did we hear ...
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Dalej na porządku dziennym było Omaha Beach i Amerykanski Cmentarz, poszlismy spacerem w dół do plaży z cmentarza i ogladalismy wszystko zwiazane z D-Day
Następnie udaliśmy się do punktu du Hoc, gdzie amerykańscy Rangersi zdobywali klify, aby dostać się do stanowisk ogniowych,na wysokim, nadbrzezu by dowiedziec sie, ze nie znajdowaly sie ...
... and back.
We made it to Avranches in good time and found a car park within reasonable walking distance after 10mins of searching. Then out on the road with the other punters...heading for the town centre and the best vantage spot.
Of course, every TdF stage is preceded by the Caravan and we were just in time to see this procession wind up the hill to the town centre. The caravan ...
... for about 5kms before hitting the coast road. Saw some magnificent coastline and stopped for photos for a few choice spots.
Places visited included, Greville, Beaumont - Hague and Vauville
All up, 52kms and back in time for the TdF
Out for dinner in Cherbourg town at the Cafe de Paris with Rosa, Norbert and Chris.
After having to wait for a part for our gas cylinder we were slightly behind schedule, but no worries we got no job to go back too haha. Just an extra day sat in the pub where Lucy works getting discounted beer on tap, love it! Early start, away at 6.30am, bound for the ferry terminal at Poole. Destination Cherbourg/France, a 4.5 hour rocky trip. We are ...