Grand Hotel de Cabourg
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... that honors the paratroopers that landed and freed the town.
After our long lunch break we made another quick stop near the bridge at La Fière, one of a set of three bridges the Americans took control of from the Germans. The bridges were crucial to the invasion. Then we stopped at Pointe du Hoc, where the Army Rangers scaled the cliffs to capture the point. There are huge bomb craters throughout the area.
... St. Englais, where the aircorps landed in their parachutes. There was a great museum there dedicated to the aircorps. Finally met a couple from Texas -- College Station!! We decided it was to late to go to Utah beach and we're sure it similar to Omaha so we headed back to Arromanches. Dinner at a small pizza place and one more final load of wash!! Everything's clean once again!! Once again, sleep came without a problem!! We were WWII'd ...
The Cathedral is so large, it took me an hour or more to see everything. I, then, drove around Bayeux trying to find the location where Tom would be dropped of from his tour. Even with the help of Lilith, I gave up and parked where I knew he would walk past. It was raining fairly hard and I thought he would be wet, wet, wet. At 6 p.m., I gave up. Thinking I ...
After a very hot night all together in the luckily fairly large bed we met up with the Otways for breakfast. Always the worst meal to go out for when you have to eat out all day long. A sad cup of coffee and a very chocolatey waffle and we headed to the tapestry. I was excited to see it again without the huge line up and being behind all the scenes. Wig got there at just the right time before a large tour group ...
... just last year, and I explained everything in detail, with photos, in my Travelpod journal at that time.
We drove through the beautiful countryside of Normandy to Bayeux and Arromanches. We are staying in a lovely Chambre d'hotes just outside of Arromanches. This place is so beautiful that I might not want to leave. Our room is on the ground level of a renovated French farmhouse built of stone. It is roomy and decorated exquisitely in French design. ...