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... busy with a big triathlon happening so we drove to Caen instead. Driving into the city we were rather nervous after what had just happened so after negotiating some very narrow streets we headed out of the city a little and parked the Beast, pulled our bikes out and tiki toured around with pedal power. We found the Orange shop, the network provider for France, (no not the vegie shop) and brought some data for the iPad so I'm back in business. We had seen a ...
... accommodate monks and
pilgrims who flocked to the abbey. The pilgrimage never stopped, even
when the abbey was in English hands during the Hundred Year's War. The
Monks of Mont St-Michel were revered for their copying skills before
the printing press was widely in use.
The Romanesque Choir was rebuilt in the popular Gothic ...
... I experienced the crazy Brit driver but other than that the French can drive! Even though I seemed to complain a lot about the traffic, I really did not mind it except for Saturday. I knew there was going to be a lot of people here and I embraced it and made sure I had snacks and other entertainment with me! As for dday celebrations, words cannot accurately describe my experience. As my Dad said last night, I just crossed off a huge part of my bucket list this week. I ...
... me and drove over the lane divider in a very illegal U-turn which cut at least 10 minutes off our drive and got us back onto the motorway, which in turn led us blessedly back to our hotel. We finally found someone to check us in to our room where we cranked the heater (it was so cold, we sat inside in our massive coats for 2 hours before the room was warm enough) and calmed ourselves down eating Tim Tams (found in supermarket!!) and *****ing about the French. ...
... are you bringing the girls back?" However, they seemed to be pretty happy that he was here, which is a good thing. They've been sad and stressed enough.
If you're reading this and worrying about me, then please stop. I don't need the worry. I've been through worse. Also, please don't think that I feel unsafe or that I might want to come home. I feel perfectly fine, other than being sad and upset for the family, and I certainly don't want ...