Hotel Mecure - Cabourg
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The real high point, literally, was the Pont De Normandie bridge. Up to this point I had never even heard of it.
We paid our toll, went along the road a bit, turned ...
... their capacity to wage war on the ground. Our Home Fronts have given us an overwhelming superiority in weapons and munitions of war, and placed at our disposal great reserves of trained fighting men.
The tide has turned! The free men of the world are marching together to Victory!
I have full confidence in your courage and devotion to duty and skill in battle. We will accept nothing less than full Victory!
Good luck! And let ...
... blockhouses that still shelter 150 mm artillery pieces used by the Nazis. You can go inside the batteries, through the cramped, damp, cement tunnels that frantic germans scurried around in 71 years ago. They have that great concrete basement smell, just like the one at the cabin basement up north back in Minnesota.
Biked on from there. It was an overcast day with low clouds. Eventually it began to rain and I got completely soaked. Wet on ...
... British, where he ended up being the most decorated French civilian of the Second world War. We were shown medals of the ancestors, even one from Napoleon himself!
It is once again unfortunate that we will not be staying more time here as we have started to grow accustomed to the relaxation and sunshine that Normandy, apparently uncharacteristically, has been providing our family. We will miss this place a lot.
... 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 ...