BRIT HOTEL RELAIS DU VERN
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... due to its emence size. It is hard imagine how the troops could jump into the water and then charge overy a quarter mile just to get to the German positions over looking the beach. The final stop was Point Du Hoc where the Army Rangers were tasked with taking the important position between Utah and Omaha beaches.
... tourists during the summer, being renowned for its shopping (lots of high priced cute little boutiques and gift shops peppered throughout the town) and one of Brittany's oldest religious festivals in July which is evidently not to be missed. But it's 6pm on a September evening and they've all gone back to Paris and left this cute little place to a mere handful of us. The downside, however, is that not all the establishments are open for business ...
... with white sand and all... and watched people learning to sand buggy with kites and a jockey giving his horse a workout on the beach. What a gorgeous spot on such an incredible day!
Dinner was an 8km jaunt away in the town of Plouguerneau, a restaurant that looked like nothing from the outside, but was quite flash and modern on the inside. We feared we would be eating alone when we stepped in at 8pm and we were the first customers, however several other ...
... tides on this coast, the marinas have to rise and fall and long way. Easily 30 feet of piling stuck out of the water. The stairs accessing the marina were very steep with the tide out. But once the tide is fully in, the place would look like a normal marina.
All along the coast we saw large areas of mussel and oyster farms. The farmers drive their tractors right out onto the mud flats when the tide is out to do their farming.
I chose ...
On the rolling sea today. The storm worsened during the morning so the Captain took us even further west into deeper ocean and away from land. The narrow continental shelf that runs along the French coast causes high waves when there is a westerly wind pushing the sea into the coast. By lunch time we were heading south but now 100 sea miles instead of the planned 60 away from the coast. Too far to make it back to Nantes. The Captain will try to get us to Bordeaux. The waves were 9 ...