Residence Green Panorama
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Heated pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Outdoor pool
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Two more bridges over the adjacent canals and we're into Le Havre.
The hotel is situated perfectly for tomorrow's ferry port - 300 yards away. Perfect.
Few beers and food at the Hacienda restaurant round the corner.
After another tiring day we nod off watching Two & Half men
Satnav cockups: ...
... absolutely calm and even though we could picture the events that took place there 70 years ago, it was still hard to fathom it. We tried to imagine the men leaving the boats and charging across the beaches hoping to reach the cliffs while the German soldiers were sending bullets flying down the dunes. The chaos, carnage and fear must have been overwhelming and yet they moved forward. By the end of 11 June (D + 5), 326,547 troops, 54,186 vehicles ...
... rivers, church bells off in the distance, hundred year old brick farmhouses, tiny villiages every kilometer with about 10 buildings each, low brick walls, wooden fences, odor of manure. Cars were few and far between. I kept myself occupied by repeating the few french phrases I knew over and over again, trying to get the accent right. So if the bright green jacket didn't draw enough attention already, repeating "Hello, how are you" to myself over ...
... pieces we were starting to prepare for our dinner. The cat had knocked some meat on the floor and was licking up the blood and having an enjoyable time eating at the raw flesh. Horrified, and aware that the cat would not likely take its eviction lightly, Anneke took the bug water and shooed it out of the kitchen and back down the stairs from whence it had come, but that was not with out a slight resistance and pathetic and angered meows ...
... laugh when I got back to the room. I logged on to my tripadvisor account, and wrote his B&B a beautiful review about how much he hated tourist. Especially American tourist. Right here before the big D-Day celebration. Anyway, had to keep moving on. Lots to see. Our next stop was Sainte Mere Eglise. Since it continued to rain we ducked into shops, and finally into the museum. The museum is full of invasion artifacts, which was cool. ...