Mercure Saint Lo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... is where our families landed. After Charles gave us yet another wonderful "instruction" on what happened, and didn't happen well there, he left us to be on our own to do and feel what we needed to do. Steve's "need" was to pray for the Uncle he never got to know and for all those brave men who came here to protect the freedoms we hold so dear. <b>American Cemetery</b> Our final stop, timed perfectly to coincide with the lowering of the flag ...
... After this we walked up the hill and out of the town to the Arromanches 360 which is a circular cinema where we saw a film about the events of the 6th June 1944.
In the evening we had a meal in Arromanches at La Marine. Nice meal, but megabucks!! We then went to a Pub called The Marie Celeste, run by a bloke known as 'Grumpy Pete'. e didn't stay long. Enough said!
Mile today - 6
Total mileage so far - 3193
First full day at the Moulin Morin. It is situated in a picturesque setting. Rolling fields as far as the eye can see. 'Edward' the donkey lives in one of the surrounding fields. He brays often and loudly. He is also camera shy...I will keep trying. A creek runs through the property - the boys have had a lot of fun wading in the creek and looking for wildlife. There is a ...
... t long either! I got my ham, cheese, and butter baguette and my Normandie Tarte and sat in the shade of the church. It was really good! The Normandy Tarte is made with local apples and cheese. As i was eating, one of the planes that the paratroopers jumped from flew right over the church! Right over as in I could throw a rock and hit it(maybe)! I also got some ice cream to cool me down as it was nearing Florida temperatures (not really, it was only ...
... are small and very intimate places to eat. In the one we chose there were only 3 other tables (all occupied by American tourists and we were easily the youngest guests) which meant eventually it really became a group dining experience. Slowly 2 of the tables finished their meals and we stayed for an hour talking with a couple from Chicago celebrating their 54th wedding anniversary. We of course talked of ...