Hotel Outre Mer
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We ate an early breakfast and were on the bus by 7:30 this morning.
We drove a couple hours before stopping at the La Cambe German War Cemetery. It was interesting to see how each country buries their dead in their own way. Germans are buried two to a grave, laying in opposite directions so one soldier's head was by the other's feet. (We couldn't see this, but were given the information). The names were printed on ...
... a campsite (Caudebec-en-Caux) on the edge of the Seine, near Rouen. Lovely dinner and although plenty of bugs for company during the night, no sharing the food or us. Sweet.
Drove through, (No stopping except in Emergency) a massive Exxon-Mobil petrochemical plant. It was about 7kms long and about 4 kms wide. Huge. Then a free ferry crossing at Tancarville, an apt name, given the number of ...
Day 29 - Friday, 3rd September, 2014
We started the day with a full English breakfast, the first of the tour and it was delicious!
We made the decision to go to Pegasus Bridge, the scene of a glider led, airborne assault, in the early hours of 6th June, 1944 otherwise known as D-Day.
However, first of all Gilly had a look at my bike to see if he could work out what the problem was. I had ...
We come away from the TO with a very helpful free map and guide to the main sites.
We make our way back to the Motorhome to have our lunch and 'use the facilities'
We then go back into the lovely old town, which we both thought was like Totnes, and make our way to the Cathedral.
This is a ...
... an electric water kettle in our room for making hot tea or coffee, a radiator so the clothes we wash out will dry overnight, and full use of a large and comfortable common room next door, equipped with a computer, books and a kitchen/living area. Our room has a flat screen TV too, but we don't normally watch much television when traveling. This is a working Norman farm, and we have especially enjoyed visiting with the two resident goats, a very pudgy pig, an ...