Luckily the morning we stopped at Gold Beach to tour the Mulberry Harbor remains at Arromanches the tide was out. We were able to walk out to a number of the large seaweed and barnacle encrusted concrete casements. It was hard to imagine the pre-fab planning and installation technics British engineers employed to build this artificial harbor so urgently needed for the success of the Allies D-Day invasion. Besides a museum, there were public restrooms, several restaurants and souvenir shops across the road from the beach.
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