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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... an undersea pipeline 35km long was constructed from England to Cherbourg to pump fuel directly to the invasion force.
Following the Cemetery visit, we were taken to a point on Omaha Beach itself at St Laurent Sur Mer, near the cliffs below Pointe du Hoc. This location and view was of great interest to me because of the military history attached to it. The US 2nd Ranger Battalion landed and ...
... an early night as we were tired from the journey.It was coming up for 8 now and that is nearly 12 hours travelling in total. So a long day.
Up at about 10 and the first night in France was great. Rain this morning was torrential. Glad now we are not in a tent. The neighbours are nice and friendly and there seems to be mainly Brits here. A lot in tents.The set up with Daisy is great. We are quickly adapting to its daily use now. ...
... I experienced the crazy Brit driver but other than that the French can drive! Even though I seemed to complain a lot about the traffic, I really did not mind it except for Saturday. I knew there was going to be a lot of people here and I embraced it and made sure I had snacks and other entertainment with me! As for dday celebrations, words cannot accurately describe my experience. As my Dad said last night, I just crossed off a huge part of my bucket list this week. I ...
... Why the entire population of greater Caen saved their weekly shopping for late on a Saturday afternoon is beyond me. And the complex was massive. Like, they had buses between different areas of the car park, we had to walk for 15 minutes from the car to the grocery shop, which turned out to be equally massive and confusing. We made it out of the shop alive, got Subway for dinner, and crawled out of the carpark with the rest of the traffic. I followed the car in ...
... But there were two things which really stood out to me. On the Titanic there were literally barricades that blocked 3rd class passengers from entering 1st and 2nd class. They were large metal doors, much like the doors you see in a British elevator lift. If you've seen the movie, I'm talking about the large silver doors that get shut by the guards on Jack and Rose as they're trying to get out of the ship while it's sinking. The exhibit had one of these doors. And literally, it ...