Hotel-Restaurant Le Normandie
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... to 1.1; so if you buy something for 10 euros, you can quickly figure that it's about 11 USD.
Took cheap shuttle from Ouistreham cruise/ferry terminal to Caen train station. Feels good to be on the right side of the road again; less confusion when walking for sure. Freeways felt the same as in the UK; smaller, narrower lanes, lower speeds compared to US. Wonder how freeways in the UK and France compare to German ones.
Got off ...
... of my legs from sheer exhaustion but I kept telling myself, if the British could do it 70 years ago, so could I! The trail was really beautiful as it intertwined with the Normandie countryside. Then, I saw a familiar sight. It turns out the trail goes past Pegasus Bridge. Pegasus Bridge was the first location to be liberated on D-Day. I have been to the sight before but we did not get to look around that much. I decided it is probably best if I stop on the way back when ...
... 40 miles, and at 65 saw the first signs for Caen 118 km away. The signs persisted and took all the stress out of the navigation, and left some battery for taking photos. Only once did I have a problem starting again after a break, sitting slightly too long in a comfy bus shelter and having trouble getting going up the hill once more. So, I got into Caen at about half six, popped in to Aldi for some snacks and a £2 bottle of wine (plus a 3 pack ...
The Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial is a World War II cemetery and memorial in Colleville-sur-Mer, Normandy, France, that honors American troops who died in Europe during World War II. (Wikipedia)
This cemetery honors the American soldiers that died during D-Day, and representing each of them with white crosses, I must say that this place is very well maintained as it ...
... Rouen & L`Havre & headed directly to Honfleur with it pretty little harbour & colourful skinny (but high) houses, then to Deauville where we walked along the beach.
As it was getting late, we headed to Ouistradam, getting lost enroute. Ended up going directly through Caen which we wanted to avoid. However we did see the large fortress and walls as we got lost. Finally we found our way ...