Chateau De Beaulieu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Travel Blogs from Saint-Sauveur-le-Vicomte
... the abattoir. I did a little shopping at Marks and Spencer for Hotelier Chocolat.
We boarded the Petite Train for a little journey around St Aubins Bay and another narrated tour. Everything we didn't learn about Jersey yesterday, we learned today.
St Aubins is a beautiful and lively beach town, and we will have to come back someday to explore it further.
Tomorrow is the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain and there will be a huge airshow ...
... around the headland and fort. For part of the way we had to walk on the top of the sea wall, which was quite narrow. The water in the moat was a dirty brown and quit smelly in the heat.
We went back to the MH for lunch and just by us a large French family of 3 generations had a typical French picnic lunch -- enormous bowls and trays ...
... ticket station so it only took about forever to get inside the museum. We were able to marvel at some of the planes that dropped the allies down into the town along with all kinds of gear they used back then. There were clothes, rations, even weapons. With the food they were rationed it was amazing how they could do so much with so little. It was especially cool to see the old willy jeeps that were used to free the town and carry troops around. We have seen a ton of such vehicles ...
... from the 2 documentaries than I did in all my schooling.... Facts and figures swimming on my head. Like Russia total loss was about 20 million. Like our today's population. Hard to get yr head around Just a short trip to one of the five beaches (omarah) of the Normandy landing. Can now only just begin to imagine the terrible things that occurred here. Went into some bunkers.... Small and must have been terrifying. More ...
... Flying Cross) medal in pride of place, first in my Great Aunties’ house and then Grandma’s house. It was accompanied by a photo of the young handsome recipient, Ron Conley, who on a flying mission over France on D Day (6th June, 1944) failed to return and was recorded as Lost at Sea. To my surprise, on looking him up on the internet, the Lancaster that he had been a navigator on had been found in France – this ...