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... to check out the nearest boulangerie for tomorrows croissant and the local supermarket where we bought a bargain bottle of gold medal winning wine for only £3.60 to toast our first night in France.....happy days!
The campsite is brilliant, we have a huge pitch with hedging on 3 sides for privacy, there is every amenity you could wish for including wifi and free use of the sauna, and all for only £12 per night!
... the D-Day landings.
The cemetery is the biggest and grandest of all the cemeteries that we visited - well it is American isn't it! Its location is on a cliff overlooking Omaha Beach.
To describe it simply - it is magnificent.
After getting through the stringent security checks, X-ray machine, wand etc, we spent some time in the Normandy Visitor Centre much of which is ...
... Port is connected by Ferry to many parts of Europe,so a busy place,also fishing of various kinds,with scallops and net fishing boats in the harbour,bridges lifting for their exit from right in the town..an old part with lovely French buildings, Cathedral,and central Opera House...
Today was a day of a huge Market, all the streets closed and everything on sale...nothing earth shattering,but plenty to look at,and the food items of ...
... highlights and explored the areas we wanted to see. I am a good Tuber and I have driven on the left hand side of the road without crashing! We really hit the jackpot with the London Pass and our Cambridge day trip. I don't feel bad about skipping certain places because I know I will be back. The only com of London is we had no idea what to do at night. In Ireland, we got use to going to local good and friendly pubs that were on every corner. London was a little ...
... Airport and scare my father and grandpa. Eventually though, I had to hug everyone goodbye and go through TSA, and while it was sad, I managed to hold myself together. I just had to remind myself: I'm going to France! What's there to be sad about?
However, when I hugged my father goodbye, the thought crossed my mind that this was the last real familiar face I would see for a while. True, I would meet the French family who had hired me, and I ...