La Maison d'Hotes - La Corne d'Or
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... interesting about the hands in this painting (pic 4). I think every person has at least one hand that is held the same way. The artist is apparently really into that particular hand gesture. And finally (pic 5) you have a scene which I think is supposed to depict when Mary washed Jesus’ feet. I just thought it was a bit different to have a couple of dogs there chewing on a bone.
One thing this museum had that I thought was really ...
Day started with breakfast and we waited outside for Barbra to pick us up. She arrived a little late about 10am .All good off we went another day of cemeteries with lots of info on battles .. It is unbelievable at the waste of human life and the hardships the allies had to deal with ,in some places in a single battle fatalities of 10,000 allies are ...
... otherwise flat Douai plain and the town of Arras. In total, the cemetery and ossuary hold the remains of more than 40,000 soldiers, as well as the ashes of many concentration camp victims. There were a large number of French volunteers standing guard over the cemetery.
At this site the French have also built the ring of remembrance memorial to all those known to have died in that area of France in WWI. It contain the names of 579,606 soldiers from Britain, France, ...
... Wilfred Owen. Adjacent to the cemetery was a German cemetery, and fittingly enough a young German couple and their children had arrived bringing a small pot of flowers to pay their respects. It seemed appropriate that on these 2 small out-of-the-way cemeteries, specific soldiers from each side were being visited at the same time.
A brief 5 minute drive further north brought us to the town of Roclincourt where Hugh Sharpe is buried. He is a far ...
... 8230;sandwiches, soup, pear/apple cider…and there were separate booths for chunks of nougat (cool!) and various types of cheese. For icing on the ‘Christmas cake’, I saw an awesome dog here that looked like a furry black Chow Chow. The ‘force’ of Christmas was strong in this market, and they made the most efficient use of their space by having the perfect blend of everything…George Bailey would rate this 5 out of ...