Mercure Cabourg Hippodrome
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... and there it was in front of you.
My God, have I really got to get my bike up there! This is not your standard suspension bridge, it is in fact a cable stayed road bridge (whatever one of those is) but it's not flat, it's a massive arch!
Again, apologies but I've had to nick some pictutres to show you, it tells the story far better than I.
... the blessing of Almighty God upon this great and noble undertaking."
― Dwight D. Eisenhower, June 5, 1944
And so it began...the liberation of Europe from German occupation.
What an honor it was to visit Normandy, emotional and inspiring in so many ways.
We spent four days in the area and stayed in a great apartment in the small town Bayeux. It was one of the few towns that wasn't destroyed during ...
... from sweating profusely (I was trying to see as much as I could in one day, pedaled quickly) and wet on the outside from the constant precipitation. Pants and shoes were soaked and eventually coated with mud.
Made it to Colleville-Sir-Meir, went to Overlord Museum. Operation Overlord was the name given to the allied invasion of France, which began on D-day. The museum itself was okay. Lots of wax figures dressed up in authentic uniforms, ...
So far we have been blessed with fantastic weather, which is apparently uncharacteristic for the particular region where we are staying so we'll be praying that it keeps up for the last day we are here.
Today Lauren and I woke up and started on a 500 piece cat puzzle, appropriate considering the small army of cats present on the property, while the rest of the house slept in until the late morning. After breakfast, we spent ...
... bridge sits right next to a B&B. Well, I stepped into the driveway to shoot two photos of the bridge. Halfway down the driveway is a private property sign. So OK, I'll respect the sign, and not get the photo I really wanted. It was raining harder anyway, so I'm going back over to the car. As I start putting my camera's in the back seat I'm approached by a man. Turns out he's the owner of the B&B. This guy follows me across the road ...