Mercure Caen Centre Port de Plaisance
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... handful of shampoo, she went to wash her hair. And found she still had her sunglasses on!! Doh! And so to the final day! A relatively easy run in the sunshine up to Caen and the ferry. So folks, that is the end of another European adventure. I usually list the likes and dislikes at the end of a trip, so here goes. Likes The price of fuel in Spain and France, particularly the former - about 80p a litre The mountain roads ...
... home. The airline stewards were very courteous and served beverages, snacks and a meal. Upon arriving at Dulles around 7:15 p.m. EDT, we learned that the prearranged transport from the airport did not hold up to expectations, so we caught the Washington Flyer back to Leesburg. It was a long and tiring day, but we all will treasure the many fabulous moments that we had together on our "voyage sentimentale" in Normandy. Signing off for this trip. A la ...
... to Avila.
The unexpected here was going from dry, dusty heat and olive groves to cooler, damper mountainous areas, and seeing waters--lots of fresh water in rivers and dams.
I started wondering if we'd somehow been transported to Scotland!
In brief-- well-cared for town of religious significance, hence the usual tasteless tourist tat...St Teresa cakes and weirdly, sushi.
They do build well though. It was unexpected to see ...
... into the Atlantic Ocean. The town lives up to its picturesque reputation. It has a wooden church whose roof is actually the shape of the hulls of two boats. Apparently the people who built the church were boat builders and they did not know how to design and build a steeple. Tonight we are staying in the Novotel hotel in the town of Bayeux. I am pleasantly surprised at how big the room is as my experience with this ...
... 8217;s like the emotion of the events courses through you. And you really feel the gravity of the emotion, almost like you’re feeling what it was like to live through the events.
Pointe du Hoc
This was an important military objective during the D-Day invasion. It’s a rocky promontory with views to the north of Utah Beach and views to the south of Omaha Beach. It was also the German’s most heavily-fortified area along the Normandy. So it ...