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... the French flags. We learned later that Canadian regiments liberated Normandy and the surrounding areas. Clearly the French are still grateful. It was very touching.
We visited the Juno Beach Centre. It's a Canadian owned and Canadian operated museum right on Juno Beach. The museum was very informative, and also played a pretty heart wrenching video when you are done. Once you exit the museum, there are remains ...
... knew this is why I came to Normandy. It was destiny. The sandwich was ham and butter. Now everything here is fresh from the source. It as decilioux. You couldn't ruin my mood when I was eating. I was content mainly because I worked soooo hard for this very moment. I worked 90 hours a week and then immediately started the CPA just to eat this French sandwich. That was not the end of my food. I found another petite chocolatier and pastier shop and pointed, waved ...
... in Honfleur.
Our first town was Deauville and we luckily found a car park. We decided to make our way to the tourism office and we were helped by 2 men who were having lunch at a table on the footpath. Their little English was better than our little French. Unfortunately it was closed for lunch!! We used the toilets here that were 'unisex'. First on the left was the urinal; second on the left was a basin and third on the left was a single toilet. Brad ...
... discovered a sash and banner recently left for display by a school tour group from Lindsay Thurber High School, a school situated in Red Deer, Alberta, just down the QE II motorway from Edmonton. It was a bit of home away from home and reminded one of the generousity of young people far away from their abodes.
As you are heading into Caen, consider taking a couple of hours to spend time at the Memorial and Museum in Caen itself. It has splendid ...
... the car park where we had left the bikes. I say 'we' recognised but really it's Dorothy who does the recognising - it's all new and fresh to me who has no memory. The two Germans in the van next to us had as travelling companions a cat and a very talkative parrot. 18.08 09 F/Passion Auberge des Fontilles La Douze N45.04'09"E0.51'55" There is not supposed to be any pressure to purchase at a Passion but we do not find this to be the case. Here, as soon as we went in ...