Hotel-Restaurant Le Fruitier
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... is crowned with the pinnacle of the abbey, complete with gold statue of St Michael.The town winds itself around the mount, old houses - many of them now either tourist shops or cafés, restaurants and hotels. Took us an hour or so to wander through the street, and city wall to arrive at the queue to enter the abbey, but having come this far ...
Stayed Bayeaux, woke up to full on French breakfast of croissants, apricot tart (Yulias favourite), crepes and bacon & eggs. We were picked up by a lady named Sunny for our 3hr toe of the D-Day beaches and memorials. The tour took us to places such as the remnants of the British portable harbour, the US cemetery, Omaha beach and some bunkers with actual guns still in place! After our tour we drove to Mont Saint Michel. Here we checked into ...
... The Cathedral nearby was built around the same time and is very beautifully carved. After that we drove up to Gold Beach and Arromanches where a huge floating harbour was erected in 1944 and it was the D-Day land ing beach dominated by the British. Further along we saw Omaha and Utah beaches where the Americans landed. Later that day we drove down inland to Beauvoir near Mont St Michel. We stayed at the Hotel Le ...
Left our unit Le Cocoon in Honfleur and drove along the coast to Deauville and Trouville, 2 much larger and very touristy seaside towns All along the coast the villages are nonstop. Inland it is all very flat with lovely green rural scenes and little villages. All the villages have have very narrow streets and the stone houses are built right ...
... to the coastal village of Le Vivier Sur Le Mer which is a port where Anne's ancestor was a marine worker some 200 years ago. The port had clearly seen better days and it appeared that much of the river inlet had silted up. Even so, it had impressive views up the Brittany Coast and the village itself seemed reasonably prosperous. The next village was about 10 ...