The first port of call was Le Havre, France where we had scheduled a Celebrity tour of Normandy for all four of us. Unfortunately, the tour was one of the worst we have taken anywhere in the world. The tour guide seemed intent on persuading us all that the French were the true heroes of WWII and the British, not so much. We are neither French nor British, but the hostility toward the British seemed inappropriate for the setting. The tour itself was orchestrated poorly. At Utah beach, the guide walked off the front of the bus and briskly toward the beach, never looking back. By the time the passengers in the back of the bus got off, he was 100 yards away and nearly out of sight. The slower moving passengers barely made it to a point where they could see the beach before it was time to return to the bus. This pattern repeated itself at future stops. We spent 10 minutes at Utah Beach and 5 minutes at Omaha Beach. We did have adequate time to see the American Cemetery, but not enough time to see both the Cemetery and the adjacent museum. We then spent an interminable 3 hours at the big Normandy museum where, once again, at least a dozen passengers could not locate the guide as he led us to lunch. When confronted by several very angry patrons who could not locate him for lunch, his response was belligerent rather than apologetic. Overall, the excursion was the worst we have experienced on any cruise.