Grand Hotel de Cabourg
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Travel Blogs from Cabourg
... nowt else to do in this wind!) and watching the world and their caravans/campers go by, sadly no one was trying to put a tent up in this wind for us to laugh at. After 4 weeks away we're ready to come home, 2 more nights and we'll be back on British soil, with piles and piles of washing, not had chance to do any for a while, down to our last few pairs of knickers! in hind sight we took way to many clothes but just enough pants! Bertha has passed and all is well, calm and sunny ...
... Bayeax on the bikes to have a wander and see if we can get to Omaha beach on the bus. Ps the wifi is free so as usual it's pretty rubbish and have to walk up to the chateau to get any signal. Sat under the awning last night and it started to rain heavy so came in and decided to watch a film on the laptop, as if anything else could happen today the bloody power went off!!!! Luckily the laptop was charged and managed to last until the end of the film. Oh if only the leisure battery ...
Today we ventured about an hour and a half southwest to the majestic Mont St-Michel. On this gray and overcast day, we were inspired by the site of the abbey rising up through the fog as we approached. The abbey has been an important pilgrimage center since A.D. 708 and a favorite site for French royalty through the ages. The town sits on an island surrounded by The English Channel. The tide sends the ...
... attention. Thankfully, most important things here happened around churches. We made one stop after another before the rain really sent us to the car at La Fiere. I really wanted to see this place. It is a sight of a major battle after D-Day. It is the bridge depicted in the movie "Saving Private Ryan". Did I mention the rain? Getting real old. Anyway, seeing the rain was not letting up I got out of the car to do the best I could shooting ...
... sense of loss and also of immense respect for the bravery and selflessness of all of the Allied soldiers.i took a picture of an old man gazing about him sombrely; later I found out that he approached one of our group and said to him, "All this because of one lousy *******!" I guess he hit the nail on the head. Off to Aromanches! Yikes! Aromanches was a dangerous place to shop. Found a St. James shop and bought a lovely rain coat and a gorgeous navy fishermen's ...
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