Le Grand Hard
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Hello! Today we are in Cherbourg France. We were alongside at around 7am this morning. Clearance was established shortly afterwards. The gangways were on decks 6 and 5. When we woke up, the starboard was to quay meaning that our side had a lovely view of the car ferries... There was an IOW ferry in dry dock for repairs actually. We had breakfast at the buffet and eventually headed ashore after my mother had used every toilet on the ...
... at ousterham. Then had lunch in Courselle sur mer. Great seafood salad. Drove to gold beach which is in arromanche. Then on to Omaha beach. Made our way to Pomterson which is close to Mont Saint Michel. Had a dinner in town. No such thing as bad food in ...
... A small SUV.
We exited the highway at a sizable gas station to fill up. We knew we needed Diesel, but that is easy here...sort of. First we couldn't get our gas tank open. There is no button inside the car. We could open the door, but the gas cap was round and smooth and we couldn't turn it or get it off. Gary/Kevin would have enjoyed this. So, I walk up to a random guy filling his tank "Parlez vous Anglais?" he replied "un peu" (a ...
... The Gliders were mainly made up of balsa wood and were released from the planes towing them at 8000ft above the English Channel. Five out of the six gliders landed on a peninsular between the canal and river and although there were fatalities on landing and through combat, the soldiers under the command of the legendary Major John Howard were able to take control of the two bridges. This action played an ...
... The German soldiers shot Canadian soldiers as they came out with their hands up surrendering. A number of dead Canadian soldiers were dragged to the village centre and the Germans ran over the bodies with their vehicles - as horrified French villagers looked on. To honour the devastation and sacrifice of Canadian soldiers many roads, and buildings have been named in honour of these Canadian who fought to free their town. Our next stop ...