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Beaches, brollies and a boot-full of wine: Lorraine Keane’s Normandy

For the broadcast journalist, the pandemic meant a change from air to sea travel – and she found it’ll be hard to go back

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Lorraine Keane with her family in Normandy

Lorraine Keane with her family in Normandy

Peter and Lorraine on board the W.B. Yeats

Peter and Lorraine on board the W.B. Yeats

Lorraine Keane at Les Parapluie de Cherbourg

Lorraine Keane at Les Parapluie de Cherbourg

Lorraine Keane relaxing in cabin

Lorraine Keane relaxing in cabin

Exhibition of the maritime museum La Cite de La Mer or City of the Sea in Cherbourg, France.

Exhibition of the maritime museum La Cite de La Mer or City of the Sea in Cherbourg, France.

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Lorraine Keane with her family in Normandy

We’ve been travelling to France as a family since our girls were babies and each year we explore a different part of the country. And now that Emelia and Romy are teenagers, they are involved in the holiday planning and decision-making.

Usually, destination is top of the agenda but this year, when Covid restrictions were eased, the first question was: do we travel by flight or ferry?


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