Grand Hotel de Cabourg
Travel Blogs from Cabourg
Its our last day.Up at 5.30 We moved pitch last night, so we're on the main drive up to the chateau, so that we don't disturb anyone when we drive off.
Arrive at Ouistreham in good time and have our breakfast, while waiting in the ferry queue.
Its high tide and windy, so the ...
... of the holidays. When you walk to the supermarket so you have to carry everything you buy but need water and wine which do you choose? I'll let you decide...
Wednesday - The past few days have been pretty uneventful (which is a good thing). We spent a couple of nights on an aire on the banks of the Seine at a little village called Mailleraye sur Seine. It's amazing that for a measly 5€ you get to wake up to the most amazing view - ...
... for lunch. I had Poulet Normandie which was chicken breast in a creamy sauce with mushrooms, and tasting of apple and cheese. With French fries, tasting very much of potato and butter, really good. Jonathan had a steak with Camembert sauce, and the same fries. Both had a creme brûlée to finish, which was everything a creme brûlée should be. And a large cafe creme to wash it down. Out into the sunshine and I got held up in a homewareish shop ...
Today we explored a couple of the beaches of Normandy. We had a wonderful tour guide who's name is Vanessa. She was full of wonderful knowledge and enjoyed sharing it with us. First we started at ste mere eglise which is where a paratrooper landed on the roof of the town church. After touring the museum we stopped for lunch at this ...
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