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... br> Myeline insisted on a full blown breakfast, though I ate alone. Fresh croissants, home made jam, honey from Provence, apple juice from Normandy (they take pride in their apples), salted and unsalted butter, creme caramel, yogurt, almonds and raisins, and hot tea. I was more than fortified for the ride.
The weather was dry, but cold. I broke out the scarf and, for the first time, gloves and a sweater beneath my ...
... smiled indulgently.
We trimmed the bike to my size together. He loaded me with a tube and pump, lights, a hex wrench, stuffing them in every available pocket in my pea coat.
I could tell he was concerned and skeptical of my plan as I wasn't dressed for cycling 20 kilometers and was riding a little top heavy. But I reassured him I would be fine and set off, a bit ...
... State owns all the church buildings and the Church are the registered users. This means most churches are free to enter.
We then make our way to the nearby Convent, which is part of a hospital to see the Bayeux Tapestry.
We know what it is about but don't really know what it looks like.
It is amazing! It cost us ...
... graphic and we decided we needed to skip a few parts. Some of the numbers are just incomprehensible, the numbers of dead or the numbers that didn't return from concentration camps. After that we had to get off to our next campsite just past Bayeux as we are planning to go and see the tapestry tomorrow. Driving onto a pitch with a slight incline we managed to get Sven bogged and unable to go forward or back so Jess had to get out to give ...
... unfortunately the museum closes for lunch. Apparently educating takes a back seat to eating here in France.
Our next stop was the Bayeux cathedral. For such a seemingly small town, the cathedral was relatively impressive. The elaborate exterior leads to a slightly more modest interior, but still worth the visit for some nice stained glass windows and varied alcoves. We even managed to brave a trip into the crypt (not as spooky as one would ...