Traveling through France

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Traveling through France From Saint-Vaast-la-Hougue, France I began my travel past a lot of green pastures to Quineville. I stopped by The Memorial de la Liberte Retrouvee before camping out in Camping Municipal. While at The Memorial de la Liberte Retrouvee, http://www.memorial-quineville.com/ , I got the pleasure of leaning a lot about France’s History and where the American’s landed in the beginning of the Second World War. It contained interesting stories about the daily lives, routines, and the various battles. Camping Municipal was not like camping in Idaho’s mountains
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Unformatted text preview: ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dnMxgbQtIk0 ) There were few trees, and it was a flat green square of grass to pitch a tent with the luxury of tennis, golf, toiletries and showers were at our digressions. I really enjoyed seeing all the old architectures ( http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=xhtFnysW7d8 ). The castles, statues, the memorials and landscape were really interesting to see. It was a little chilly walking around from the ocean breeze. There were a ton of seashells in one area. I really have enjoyed my time here....
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