Chateau de Lignerolles

Planquery, Calvados, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14490, France | B&B
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Trouble with Travels...

A travel blog entry by melannie.allen

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... maybe they aren't hidden but they also aren't obvious and are not marked with their use and they aren't at every seat. You have to get up to go find one if you aren't seated by one, which I wasn't. So I rode way past my stop before I figured out how to get off. LOL. Finally somebody in the bus figured out I wanted off and pushed the button for me. People are kind here to the poor little americaines. LOL. Lesson 2: Just because you successfully ...

Oh the humanity of it all....

A travel blog entry by melannie.allen

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... the flu with "grippe". They even have it as an adjective. I had to email a professor to postpone our appointment because I was so sick and her exact phrase was " si tu est grippée, il faut que to restes chaude et au calme....." If you are flued it is necessary that you stay warm and calm (quiet) until you are better! I love it. Très adorable! Also who in the US when faced with deadlines would suggest you stay warm and calm ...

WW2 and William the Conqueror

A travel blog entry by browntravelco

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... stormed the beaches of Normandy, the start of the end of the Nazi Regime. Quite incredible and certainly makes you think. Always think I am against wars but of course it's not so black and white. so many Soldiers...Men, Fathers, Brother..and women literally sacrificed their lives to rid Europe of the regime...goodness knows where we would be without their actions. Just so awful anything should ever come to such ...

Six Months Later

A travel blog entry by nickandmaryjane

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... encountered Too many

Nationalities of worst drivers Russian, Polish, French…
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D-Day - wet & misty

A travel blog entry by tina_nixon

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... the beach. Mulberry Harbours were built by the Allies at Arromanches and Omaha Beach to bring equipment and supplies to the front. The one at Arromanches was named Port Winston. Both were damaged by a gale after D-Day but they were able to reconstruct Port Winston. The remains of the cement caissons of the harbour can be seen on the beach and in the harbour today. There is also a memorial to Captain Alan Beckett who designed the anchor used ...

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