Le Faisan Dore
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... tossing I did during the day when I was throwing tree branches over the fence from the lake into the sheep field (another story). Plus fresh air always makes me sleepy.
The downside of going to bed early was that I woke early, 5:30 am to be precise when a female voice said "hello" to me. I did think it was my sister. Went back to sleep again until 8:30.
After coffee and ablutions and everyone but us had left (Camping Cars are only supposed to ...
We put in a coffee stop on the D562 at a place called St Remy. Nothing spectacular there but that was a welcome change after yesterday.
The rain had just stopped and things started to brighten up.
The riding was totally different now the roads had started to dry.
Now to get to Le Havre you have to cross the River Seine at some point. ...
I continued with my travels through a landscape that is called "Suisse Normandy" and again, it is a very nice place to be. Today will be the last day of my travels. I saw quite a lot and also sleeping for 3 days in a row in my car is taking its toll. It is the last journey ...
... of Canada) ascended Verrieres Ridge only to run into a well camouflaged trap. Few of the 300 attackers lived to tell the tale. It was a horrendous waste of life.
July 25 was the bloodiest day for the Canadians since the debacle at Dieppe. By the end of the day, there were over 1500 casualties of whom 450 were dead. And, the Germans still held Verrieres Ridge.
One only has to attend the cemetery at Bretteville-sur-Laize/Cintheaux to see the result of ...
... outside a tiny hamlet called Mesnil de Durand and, according to Ms Unenthusiastic, it was on "kemmin dee la fromadgerie" - I'll let you work that one out. In any case, this is a fabulous location, far way from cars and very rural. The hostess, Monique, fell over herself to help us and we were very grateful for Sharon being able to carry on a conversation.
After we got there, the rooms weren't quite ready so we took a drive into the nearest ...