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... Atlantic wall, field guns, and memorials. Then you have the opportunity to walk on to the beach. It is the strangest sensation to walk from a museum where you have been looking at photos and videos of fighting, death, and destruction... and then walk on to a beach where children are playing in the surf and kite surfers are out on the water enjoying the windy day. Life goes on, I suppose.
We had a bit of ...
... is conflicted. My gut says I just lost 100 euros. Live and learn. We stayed in Bayeux, about a 30 minute drive from Caen. Bayeux is a beautiful small town. It's got a massive Cathedral (Notre Dame -- but not *that* Notre Dame, or the college for that matter), and all the right windy streets with old buildings you would expect from a centuries old European city. Because of our delay we decided to stay local. Thankfully there is lots ...
... would be proud, if they knew. A couple of hours later, our server at a restaurant complimented both kids when they ordered in French. They just beamed when he said it.
So, off we were to the Bayeux Tapestry. There is something so wonderful about Europe- kids are free for almost every cultural attraction. Not discounted - free. Imagine if that were the case at the AGO or the Royal Ontario Museum?? Why isn't this the case?
We did not need to go into Caen until the afternoon for the Dressage freestyle finals, so we spent the morning looking for gumboots as we had been told how bad the grounds were at Haras du Pins for the Eventing dressage day and it was expected to be worse for the cross country day. On our way, we met up with Bob from Equestrian tours and he confirmed that there was room on the bus for us, but after the traffic jam on Thursday, the ...
... and was recommended in one of the leaflets we picked up at the campsite. What an informed choice! We had the menu du jour, which consisted of local produce - pork pâté, followed by pork casserole topped with mashed potato and rounded off with baked apple and cream for dessert. Anthea had read somewhere about Le Trou Normand, which roughly translated means the Normandy hole or gap. When we enquired, the ...