Les Gens de Mer
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... battered their hatches against the incoming rain. Non deterred, I put rain pants over my khakis and clipped into my pedals. Google insisted that I could take this trucking route up and over a bridge somehow and into Calvados, the département for D-Day beaches and strong liquor (also conveniently called Calvados). Soon, however, the rain threatened to drown my iphone (along with everything else), so I was forced to steal quick glances at 30 ...
... from the coast, this area is right by the Route du Cidre - lovely scenery driving through orchards, farmhouses, green pastures filled with cows, and picturesque villages. We had a bit of rain (not at all unusual for Normandy) so we stopped for a long lunch in Beuvron-en-Auge where I inadvertently ordered some kind of salad with slimy pigs trotters and other bits I don’t want to think about! I managed to eat about half of it. There are a tonne of places ...
Rained all night, so packed the tent up wet. The across to St Sever Cemetery which is quite large and WOODLAND not in any of the book lists so found him by looking at date of death and also a special section for officers ??? Then off to Saint Marie Cemetery which was also very large and had 5 CWGC sections...Finally found the last soldier for this trip and headed north to find the campsite for the ...
... they ask for feedback. We're glad to have seen what we did, but we've learned the value in booking private tours! Jace, it was wonderful talking with you last night. You sounded great! Our suggestion to you for next month - you might want to skip touring the Normandy area (assuming you'll have the opportunity!). The area is already a zoo, one month prior to the 70th ...
... a different train station, and I, never having been to Paris before, had no idea about neither the metro or the bus system.
So after Sebastien decided he couldn’t deciher the railway map, we went took 3 flights of stairs (not the easiest thing to do with a rolling suitcase) up to ground level. From there we walked and walked and walked to a bus stop to wait for bus 24. It was only after 20 minutes of waiting that Sebastien discovered via reading a sign that the bus ...