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... do not operate on Monday except I expect Paris. We did however find a little Cheers like bar open and wandered in. Sitting around the bar was the bar owner and his 3 mates having a good old time. There was only one chap who spoke a semblance of English so of course hubby just couldn't resist in trying to have a chat with them all. Fortunately for us, as soon as they found out we were Aussies, they were our ...
... in our Gite we went to a restaurant le merle blanc. ( White crow). So I thought of all the merle's I know especially you mum. This restaurant was very rustic & the woman who was running it didn't speak English so through us both working at it we worked out what to have - 3 courses for 13€. Not bad & it tasted good too. We then went to the Gite & the owner met us & he couldn't speak English either so once again we had to work hard to know what he ...
Having decided several
days before that we would head for home after Carcassonne and not to
other towns or the cottage in La Limouziniere, we set off very early
in darkness to ride across France in a day. The route would be all
motorway and only broken up by fuel stops and a lunch break. It would
also prove to be our longest haul yet at just under 600 miles. It has
to be said that whilst it was not uncomfortable, it was very boring
and only livened ...
... were moved by the American cemetery in particular. We spent an afternoon at Arromanches where the allies built a port on the coast to facilitate supply to the troops during the invasion. Cara's good nose for excellent food triumphed (after some pretty average "touristy" meals) and we enjoyed a final meal of traditional French ...
... On that one day of the "Battle of the Somme," it is estimated that 60,000 British Soldiers were killed. The soldiers of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment were fighting under the British flag as Newfoundland was still a British colony at that time. As any Newfoundlander will tell you, this battle took an enormous toll on our soldiers as only 68 of the 800 men returned unharmed. Two of the soldiers wounded that day were Edward ...