Grand Hotel de Cabourg
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... the first time ever that we have had a bar owner buy us a drink then as we left they wanted to hug and kiss us. It was very cool. We headed home for the night with the problem of not being able to access the water, €5 for 10 minutes, unfortunately the machine didn't like any of our cards and cash was not an option. There were a few other campers around so Brendan headed next door to have a chat with old ...
... hotel, there are no elevators. As I went step by step lugging my suitcase to the third floor, a young guest grabbed Linda's suitcase and sprinted past me - as he came back down and I was still at the first landing, he didn,t offer to carry my suitcase. Can't bring the suitcase back down when we check out. Our first full day in Bayeux, we went to the Tapestry Museum - just across the street from the hotel. The tapestry that is on display is from 1070. It is 68m long and 50m wide. It ...
Having decided several
days before that we would head for home after Carcassonne and not to
other towns or the cottage in La Limouziniere, we set off very early
in darkness to ride across France in a day. The route would be all
motorway and only broken up by fuel stops and a lunch break. It would
also prove to be our longest haul yet at just under 600 miles. It has
to be said that whilst it was not uncomfortable, it was very boring
and only livened ...
... of town.
My sketch map says right, then across a junction and right again, and Hey Presto! no signs for a carpark or MH Aire, but we enter a huge carpark with a row of MH's at the rear.
Sorry, All the Aires - France' but your instructions are wrong. We check carefully and find the MH services tucked in the far ...
... see Omaha beach from the cemetery.
Afterwards we went to Pointe du Hoc. Hoc means hook in French so it’s a point on the beach that juts out like a hook. On D-Day, Army rangers were able to scale the cliffs there and take out all the German defenses in that area. It was also heavily bombed so when you see it from above it looks like the moon with all the craters. All the craters are still there so we had to walk around them all to get to the "shore." We even ...