Mercure Cabourg Hippodrome
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Drycleaning onsite
- Concierge desk
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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Travel Blogs from Cabourg
... hold to your ear like a mobile and a narrator explains each scene, backed by music as you walk along the frame. The English version is narrated by a terribly plummy chap; he was ace! Fascinating hearing all of the explanations and the intricacies of the hidden messages. Crazy to think how much time and effort went into this storyboard and still blown away to have seen it... Really made my trip. We attempted a lunch out after the museum ...
... as the farmers have also closed the main highways and things are very how do you say very black around Caen and Bayeux" She checked the computer but there was very little available information. She suggested trying to access the main highway by going south as she thought that they were merely blocking the entrances. We got on the main highway after a serpiginous route on 3ry roads. There was no one on the highway. After 10 k we could see a traffic jam in the distance. People ...
... about food, but I love food. Today I made myself a lovely salami sandwich on a multigrain baguette. I tossed some lettuce on as well and then went to the fridge for a bit of mustard. We had Dijon as you can't get plain yellow mustard in France, so I squirted a bit on and figured life would be good. I started eating the sandwich at lunch and all seemed to be going well at first. About half way through I felt like I was ...
... just imagine what I am going to be like on Monday! But it did make me realise just how lucky we our that our Dad even survived.
Lin and Sarina were late as they stayed and watched the medal presentation. I had suspected they would, so I organised to make bacon and eggs when they made it home which worked well as it was very quick and simple.
Alex and I went to find Bob, but missed him, so we will try again tomorrow.
... its Mulberry artificial port (partially still visible) which was a major developement in enabling the liberation of Europe (getting 2.5 million personnel in to Europe in 3 months). There are all manner of remnants of the war there. Interestingly, the French are still very grateful for the liberation - signs and allied forces flags everywhere. We had dinner there which was really good food and we sampled calvados - a specialty here ...