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... our bus came to pick us up, so we decided to find a restaurant to have an late lunch/early dinner. We passed at least a dozen seafood restaurants on the way in to town, so we figured we would go to one of them. As it turns out (I guess I should have done some more research) all the restaurants close early in the afternoon. I don't know if they open up later for dinner, but there wasn't a restaurant to be found at 3:00 ...
Cold, tired, alone, frustrated, confused, and angry. These words normally do not describe me. But, they did only Monday. The struggle bus continued in the morning and lasted until I got to the Airbnb place in Caen. As I thought, I was the only person in the hostel but I was still worried about late night checkins so I slept with one eye opened. The breakfast was decent. It was a baguette and a bowl of cereal and WATER. I was really dehydrated from my Sunday adventure ...
... the literature from the tourism office we would like to return, maybe next year???
It was now time to drive to one of the D-Day Landing Beaches and we chose the closest one being the beach at Arromanches, where the artificial harbour, Port Winston, was created for the landings of 6 June, 1944. It was very interesting to read the story of the way in which this harbour was set up by using 17 old boats deliberately sunk and 115 football field size ...
... of the Royal Engineers) would provide immediate support. On paper, this was an impressive attacking force.
Opposing the Canadians would be pillboxes rife with various calibers of artillery/cannons, machine gun nests and some 14,000 mines attached to beach obstacles or dug into barriers to create 'killing zones' for the defenders. The main opposition to the Canadian 3rd division would be provided initially by units of the Wehrmacht's 716th ...
... to die for. The entrée on the other hand, well, sometimes when you venture out far enough you find the edge.
I ordered the local shrimp – served grilled and hot. Sounded good and I always like to try local stuff. What came was a bowl full of the smallest shrimp I have ever seen. The biggest were not even an inch in length and that included the head. Okay, I guess you eat them shell, head and all. Dig in.
They weren’t bad, just ...