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... It was cozy and warm and we had the opportunity to charge our phones. We spent a few hours there having a couple of drinks and keeping warm and it was quaint and lovely. Phone charged, we got up to leave then the owner told his wife to get us another drink. Brendan went to the bar to pay only for the owner to say "non", he was buying us a drink. The sweetest thing, I think he liked us. We can honestly say ...
... which was the scene of our picking up the car & was extremely stressful at the time. This time with gps working & some research as to where parking was best - thanks to tripadvisor- we parked on the opposite of the river to the old town & walked across. There we again saw cathedral & abbey. Here in Normandy many if the houses are timber with lime infill like in the Tudor times. Some houses are modern,some fake but many are original & all wobbly. ...
... no passenger facilities but it
would do and would save us the long drive home from Dover in the
morning. After a single drink, I was ready to sleep. We were kicked
out of the restaurant so they could close it and found a reclining
chair in the lounge. It was impossible to get comfortable, in a
draught and with the door constantly banging nearby. We gave up
after some hours and eventually found peace sleeping on the floor in
the children's play area.
... from his grave, nerded out, and had a slight panic attack because I was standing near William the Conqueror. Apparently all that's left of him is a thigh bone, after a Huguenot raid in the Middle Ages.
After William's church, I headed back to the train station. I missed my actual train I had a ticket for due to some complications with the bus/tram system, but it was no matter because I just traded my ticket for a later one. During my little outing in Caen, ...
... 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.