Ti Al Lannec Hotel Restaurant & Spa
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Well the day started REALLY early - we had to catch our Normandy tour bus at 6:30....yes, am. It's about 3 hrs out of Paris. Went to a World War II museum & had lunch there then on to Omaha Beach. No wonder it's called Bloody Beach. The Germans had it so secure that I'm surprised that any of our troops survived. Then on to the American Cemetery in France. It is ...
Docked at Le Havre and set out for the Normandy Beaches tour. Disappointed that the American cemetery was closed today, but the rest of the day was perfect. The first stop was Arromanches where the Allies built a port in a few days in order to supply the troops that were landing on the adjacent beaches. Omaha Beach ...
... on Festina Lente which is owned by Nick Pochin, quite a famous sailor and writer by all accounts and they invited us back to the boat later on after we had been out for an anniversary meal at a local restaurant. The meal was disappointing but the company was good, always take the positive. We spent a couple of hours before returning back to our boat aboard Festina Lente ...
Tonight will be our last night in Roscoff, we have stayed so long because the weather has been really windy but it's also a nice place to visit. The old town is lovely, there are loads of bars, restaurants and places to go and things to do even when the weather is not so good. In the last few days we have visited the Fishing Museum, found secluded beaches, visited the supermarket on numerous occasions on the free bus (Rosko Bus) and basically took in the sights of Roscoff ...
... back to the boat. After dinner we ventured back into the old town and walked across the bridge to the landing jetty where the ferries across to Isle de Batz leave from at low water. It gave a good view of the channel we have to come through when we leave - it looks very daunting at low tide. On the way back we passed the museum of the onion 'Johnnies' all in all a very adventurous and enjoyable ...