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Travel Blogs from Villedieu-les-Poeles
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This afternoon is Friday. Mike, Helen and I arrived in the town of Villedieu les Poeles - literally translated as " God's Village of Pots". The names derives from the fact that the town has a long history of making copper pots and bells. Unlike the town we stayed in last night, - where everything …
Up bright n early this morning. Packed our bags. Dragged them through the underground. Finally found the right platform. Got on our train. Got off the train. Then managed to get completely lost trying to get out of Montparnasse station. Felt like a rat in a maze. Was beginning to lose hope of ever seeing the light of day. Eventually we did break out into daylight and toddled off to get our hire car. My observation is that waiters are the only people that ...
... being solo! After the tank museum, I decided to walk around carentan and see the city. Well I saw the city within 10 minutes so I left. On a sunday, nothing is open so it makes it really easy! On my way back home, I noticed a sign for Dead Man's corner museum. I was obviously intrigued by the name! The name comes for an incident that happened during the war. The house was the field post for first the Germans and then the American 101st airborne. When ...
... flags being driven around Normandy. The people here must have gotten these all many years ago from the allies as they left and have kept them in great condition ever since. Although it is weird to see so many French people driving around in very American military vehicles. Back to the museum they had a plane used in the raid that we could actually walk into and they had props set up inside so we could imagine how it must have felt to be a soldier ready to drop into the town. The ...
... words for a haircut (like me) and I just prayed that it turned out well! After I got home, I realized I forgot to buy my precious last Caen baguettes. I debated for about 10 minutes before I realized I would never get to have these again so I ran to get them before the shop closed. Oh, and the bakery is 30 minutes away. I was slightly tired by dinner time! My French family decided to celebrate my last night with them and in Caen by throwing a feast. It is the same 3 course ...
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