Park Hotel Bellevue
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to use and ending up mixing English, French, Spanish, and Italian in the same sentence. Sheesh. Parker has to take over in that department since I don't know the first thing about French pronunciation.) where we saw a very old tapestry depicting William the Conquerer gaining his throne to show the illiterate people of the kingdom the story. It was so incredibly detailed and long that it showed them getting ...
... we could start early at CLAUDE MONET'S HOUSE AND GARDENS. Met a VERY nice and helpful waiter that gave us a brochure of the entire area and helped us find a hotel. Yay, nice French people and waiters. They should teach that to the rest of Europe.
Excuse any poor grammar or sentence structure because I don't know which way is up at this point and I can't type with my left index finger...
... IKEA on our holidays! We arrived at Ploumanac'h at around 1pm. It is a very charming seaside town that reminded John very much of the Cornish towns that he used to visit as a child. It was also nice and quiet as we are visiting off-season, with the French having different half term dates. We ate in a nice restaurant, where Emily was a hit with one of the waitresses who kept bringing her little treats as the meal progressed. Getting excited by ...
... souvenirs as well as have crÍpes for lunch. After our time in Arromanche, we loaded up the bus and headed to Paris.
We checked into our hotel in Paris but had to say good-bye to our bus driver Richard as he would no longer be with us after today. After dinner we transferred by Metro to an area in Paris called Montmartre. Montmartre is the highest point in Paris and gives one a great view of the city and its ...
... to Germany and end the war.
As I walked around, I could not get over the size of the craters that were up there. I knew they were there, but these things were massive! The American Rangers actually used them for cover while they were advancing, but again I just could not get over their sheer size. They also had some very well preserved bunkers that the Germans used. The one that sits at the edge of the cliff and looks out over the ...