Kyriad Caen Nord Memorial
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... is a result of our decision to take out the mere minimum every evening and a detailed knowledge of where everything now goes back! It was a nice morning and the sun was gaining some warmth as we set off so the more adventurous amongst us (Red Leader) was in shorts, while the less adventurous (the rest) were more conservatively attired. The first few miles were fine but we then found ourselves in a deep gorge. With no sun. ...
Unfortunately, it has come that time to say goodbye to Suzanne and to the beautiful Normand countryside and the very nice folks that live there, but we look forward to seeing our loved ones and our pets back home. We all managed to rise at an early hour this morning. Marie-Claude stopped by to collect her keys, and we grabbed a few quick photos before heading off to the Hertz rental agency to return our vehicle, and then took a rainy stroll down the street ...
... rather dodgy house exchange in Dorset.
By organising everything around places that just 'came' to us, we ended up blown about by the whims of chance rather than the more predictable planned itinerary.
It's had its scary moments but it's been well worth it.
We were sad to leave the lovely Las Colinas but had a great send off. The night David and Sylvia returned they took us to a restaurant / tapas bar in a village about ...
... head back to Paris. The drive was pretty quiet as the girls slept (again) and mom and I enjoyed the scenery. Getting the rental car back was just as challenging as picking it up...I quite prefer public transportation to dealing with rentals! On the walk back to the apartment, we stopped at a fruit stand and picked up a variety of fruit...so fresh and delicious!
Off to bed...our last full day in Paris is tomorrow!
... Apparently after the last ice age (3,000BC) the Gauls who were the natives of France at the time were able to walk across to England and it is believed that the Gauls are the ones who erected the stones at Stonehenge. We followed the Seine River to the town of Rouen where we had lunch - a Homer burger for me and fries for Anne. I am still trying to enforce a McDonalds and Pizza Hut embargo. Rouen has a church that ...