Hotel Mecure - Cabourg
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... do not operate on Monday except I expect Paris. We did however find a little Cheers like bar open and wandered in. Sitting around the bar was the bar owner and his 3 mates having a good old time. There was only one chap who spoke a semblance of English so of course hubby just couldn't resist in trying to have a chat with them all. Fortunately for us, as soon as they found out we were Aussies, they were our ...
... eccentric. We were guided by head phones into different rooms which had really unusual installations in them. One was an enormous ape which waved & bowed to you. It was all quite weird but intriguing. This afternoon we went to Le Havre & saw the Musee Malraux. Which had more impressionist paintings - the best apart from Musee d'Orsay so Geoff tells me. (and Lonely Planet told him). While there we saw 2 ships coming in through the break waters with tugs which ...
... no passenger facilities but it
would do and would save us the long drive home from Dover in the
morning. After a single drink, I was ready to sleep. We were kicked
out of the restaurant so they could close it and found a reclining
chair in the lounge. It was impossible to get comfortable, in a
draught and with the door constantly banging nearby. We gave up
after some hours and eventually found peace sleeping on the floor in
the children's play area.
... L'abbaye d'Ardenne. This is the place where Canadian soldiers were taken prisoner by Germans and then interrogated for information. When the soldiers refused, they were either beat to death or shot in the head. They were subsequently buried in a flower garden. The bodies were discovered by a French family 6 months later. They are commemorated in the garden and their bodies were buried in the Beny-sur-Mer Canadian cemetery. A dark, solemn and sad ...
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We visited Juno and Gold Beaches (in the pouring rain) and their military memorials. The tide was way out at Arromanches (at one end of Gold Beach) and land yachts were racing in front of the concrete vestiges of the artificial bridges that were so vital to the offensive. It made a striking image - a reminder that life ...