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Travel Blogs from Courseulles-sur-Mer
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Tastiest food discovery Cream wafers (biscuits)
13th, 14th and 15th September - We spent 3 days in Normandy which is in North/Western France. Here we went to Etretat which is on the beach and has white cliffs like across the channel in England. I guess this is where the land may have broken up over millions of years ago? It was very windy ans cold and we walked up to the top of the cliffs and the view was great.
We stayed near the beach at Port-en-Bessin Huppain ...
On the first day we travelled to Le Mont Saint Michel, which is an Abbey surrounded by water once the tide is comes in.
We visited the Abbey which has many rooms and is very old.
Today, Sunday we went to see the D-Day landings at Omaha Beach and then Pointe Du Hoc. This ...
... about what it must of been like for the
Canadians soldiers to jump out of their landing crafts and run to shore
while getting shot at. I ended up grabbing some sand to bring back home
to say that it was from Juno beach and we had some free time to look
around and then we got onto the bus and traveled to Bayeux.
... the Canadian Scottish (BC, lower mainland), Royal Winnipeg Rifles (Manitoba), Regina Rifles (Saskatchewan), Queen's Own Rifles (Ontario - Toronto), Regt de la Chaudiere (Quebec) and the North Shore (New Brunswick). Three additional infantry regiments, three armoured regiments, additional divisional units and attached units (48th Royal Marine Commando, squadrons from the British 22nd Dragoons and Westminster Dragoons as well as squadrons from the 5th ...