hotelF1 Le Havre
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... bricks used . The hole village has much character along with many galleries and food and wine shops all very cleverly decorated to make the consumer want to buy. We did find a gallery with several pieces of work that I would certainly have bought one of them however they were closed today. It appears that the population of 8000 grows to 80,000 at weekends and holiday times.I have made note of the artists website. This is a ...
... the seats. Don't they know about not leaving luggage unattended. I didn't want to sit there in case it was a bomb in disguise! Didn't worry another couple of women who looked older than us - maybe they didn't have the same will to live as me.
Eventually, a chap turned up, thanked the two ladies for looking after it and took it away. Phew! Maybe he took it because the timing device didn't work.
We did get our meal ...
... of one of the windows. Also not sure of the point but interesting to be there and good for a photo opp.
So we wandered the entire Abbey as allowed. Didn’t take the audio tour which really sometimes disappoints hubby to miss it but they talk so slow on these and it takes so much longer to do it. I should let him do it and just sit and wait for him. It’s usually way too much information as well but he’d remember a bunch of it. Next ...
... it sounds quite easy, but we determined that they were in a car. For those of us on foot and not familiar with the area, we were quite lost. We made our way through countless farmers' fields, along farm lanes and beside small roads. We passed lots of horses and sheep, walked over various difficult terrains, passed a field of Brussels sprouts and ended up in a wooded area. Once we were able to find a path into ...
... Normandy weather decided I had enough "good" weather and rained on me 3 times. I was pedaling through a decent storm and I finally made it to Pegasus Bridge to warm and dry off in the cafe and museum. The museum was very interesting because it told the entire story of the British 6th Airborne division from Pegasus Bridge operation on D-Day to the end of the war. I have read enough about the battle that I did not have to slowly read the descriptions but they had ...