Monday April 9th, 2012


We’re back from our long week end in Normandy. Unfortunately the weather was bad during the three days, but we were able to discover new regions anyway.

In addition to being famous for it’s beautiful sites and cities, the Normandy region in France is famous for its beaches from where the Allies forces came into Europe in WWII, fought the Germans and liberated France and ended the war (aka the D-Day).

As always, I think that the pictures describe more than words, so here is a collection summarizing the past three days 🙂

Deauville's sandy beach

Deauville's classy houses

Trouville's love pigeons

Yes it was VERY cold!

Arromanches' remains of the artificial harbor constructed during the World War II

Honfleur's tiny houses and port

Normandy's bridge

And one final note before I leave you: I won the egg tapping competition 😛

It does not show in the picture but I promise I won 🙂

See you tomorrow!

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