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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... were late. The whole city came out to wave us good bye! Children were shouting "Bon Voyage" as we were thrusting off. It was Ventura's first call at Cherbourg! I was stood with a Welsh flag so I could try and spot myself in some photos! Overnight we were doing laps of the English Channel as the captain had allowed 14 hours to cover a 4 hour journey. Neither of us slept very well and at around 2am we could hear the collection of ...
... the end of the seawall was....... a Vauban fort. We 'collect' Vauban forts - like the one in Elvas in Portugal, and those we have been to at Villefranche le Conflent and Mont-Louis and at St Martin on the Ile de Re, in France.
At St-V-La-H there is a matching Vauban fort on an island at the other side of the harbour entrance It was a ...
... He played dead and was able to avoid enemy fire. Eventually he was captured but escaped and fought to free the town. The town has put up a fake parachute dangling from the church steeple to commemorate him along with the memorial to him in the church yard. We bet the airborne museum would only get busier as they day went on so we got in line right as it opened. Now this being France and knowing they would be super busy today for festivities they had not 0 but 1 whole person ...
... 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 ...