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... our bus came to pick us up, so we decided to find a restaurant to have an late lunch/early dinner. We passed at least a dozen seafood restaurants on the way in to town, so we figured we would go to one of them. As it turns out (I guess I should have done some more research) all the restaurants close early in the afternoon. I don't know if they open up later for dinner, but there wasn't a restaurant to be found at 3:00 ...
DAY FOUR - TUESDAY Woken early again when the boat came in - seemed to be there for hours- which it probably was. The sun came out to play for a while so we took ourselves off around the corner to The Bunker. Can't say I'd want to live or work there. Very interesting though. The English bit was based around Major Bob Orrell, who with three sappers managed to get 51 German soldiers and two officers to surrender. After finally succeeding in blowing the doors a voice ...
... at the top and go back down to look for a sign. Around we came and there ahead on a rise up a long wide drive continuing beyond the boulevard we'd just come up, stood a very lovely chateau! Had been hidden by trees from the road! Being a private chateau the only tours were guided, and no photos allowed. We were in time for the last tour of the day, and the only ones, so it was a private tour and in English, which was great. Amazing to hear - I'll try to ...
So I am trying to get caught up on the blog by working in chronological in order so that the book prints in order. It's driving me crazy cause I really wanna blog about Dinan but I can't cause I'm not up to that LOL. Ugh why must I be so OCD , I mean CDO? Ha ha ha, a little joke. Anyway, so the day that we went to the American Cemetary, we went to the Bayeux Tapestry as well. So this blog finishes the previous blog: A day ...
It was quite nice when we left at 10.30, for Breville-les-Monts, about 84 miles to an Aire we had picked out of the book as being near to the Pegasus Bridge Memorial that Brian wanted
to look at. After about an hour the heavens opened and it came down in torrents again, driving was not pleasant. ...