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... our bus came to pick us up, so we decided to find a restaurant to have an late lunch/early dinner. We passed at least a dozen seafood restaurants on the way in to town, so we figured we would go to one of them. As it turns out (I guess I should have done some more research) all the restaurants close early in the afternoon. I don't know if they open up later for dinner, but there wasn't a restaurant to be found at 3:00 ...
... give up, I reco! gnized a last name! I joyfully walked up to a mansion. I had finally and gloriously defeated the struggle bus. I met my landlords for the next 6-9 days and they are a lovely almost retired couple. Fortunately, they can speak English and we can communicate. After hearing nothing but French, it is a relief. If you haven't emailed or facebook me today, I recommend doing this during the next two weeks! I will happily and gladly write in English! I ...
... our hotel there is minimal lighting in an effort to be environmentally friendly. We found it interesting to have lights come on overhead as you move down the hallway with the lights being movement sensitive.
- Filled up the groovy car today - it takes unleaded unlike many cars here which are diesel. This petrol was €1.49 per litre. In Paris it was €1.99. The car is very economical and the readout tells us we are averaging 7.1l per 100 kilometres.
... area of Normandy, almost directly north of a rebuilt Caen, is picturesque with crops flourishing. It is a hub of commerce and has long, broad beaches populated by families having day picnics. It is so restful and peaceful looking with the exception of abandoned gun emplacements (monuments to the events of June, 1944) spotted along the winding roads, plaques commemorating precise actions/individual or artifacts just a few hundred metres from the sea.
... or another have stopped trying to find work. The article described them as losing hope. As I read the article sitting on a lounge looking at the Normandy coast, I just had to disagree.
On my way to the train station I stopped and had a delightful lunch at the Marche de Poissiones – the fish market. There is a stall there with the most fabulous fresh fish and crustaceans – I had the guy put together a seafood platter for me on a bed ...