Premiere Classe Bayeux
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We have only done two battlefield tours on this trip, but at both of them we've accidentally timed our arrival shortly before the anniversary of the actual battle. As at Gallipoli last month, we found ourselves in Normandy fairly close to June 6 and all its accompanying fanfare. In Bayeux we saw advertising and merchandise everywhere touting the …
... swelling up and down nicely!
Find seats in a 'free' lounge and settle down to catch up on our sleep.
We'll soon be home, after almost 5000 miles.
Then it will be tackling a MH full of dirty washing, over 2 months post and the accounts to find out how much all this has ...
... a really warm, sunny day.
Although the road along the coast is fairly flat, it is not that wide and mad French drivers do not slow down much or leave much room when they pass. They don't like waiting for cyclists when a car ...
... children in this city (as opposed to being illegal to hold hands, as in Paris - see our previous entries for more info). Clearly this was a double standard, and we, being the helpless scofflaws we are, overtly flaunted this provincial law and purposely did NOT hold hands. Good thing none of the gendarmerie were around, right?
Bayeux was, amazingly, spared much of the destruction from the Allied ...
... in the tiny city. As we drove through everything was closed up. The roads continued to freeze and we continued to look for a place to stop, it wasn't until we arrived back in Bayeux that the warming glow of an open hotel appeared as a beacon of hope through the haze of dumping snow. We stopped, breathed a sigh of relief and reasessed how we'd get back to the ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPremiere Classe Bayeux
decent hotel, very small rooms
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