Le Clos Castel
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... on the 22nd August. The last time I was in Paris, I was grieving for my own father. This time I cried for Jane's father. Not only for the loss suffered by Jane and her mother, Elaine, but also for myself, as this sweet and funny man had touched my heart, too.
We hadn't booked seats as Lin was told we didn't need to, but the train was very full. Luckily, we did manage to get seats as it was a long trip. We went through Caen and on the way to ...
... many and our small pot of Euros was quickly running down.Toll after Toll. And Bridges as well. In total about 40 Euros gone and we are only at our first location. I think I will have to look at this in more detail when we arrive at our first stop. I must admit, the roads are in great condition.
We took our time as I was still getting used to Towing Daisy. Many Caravan holidaymakers flying past me and I am wondering if it is just me ...
... Lancaster bombers went down in flames. French farm workers watched in horror as the stricken Lancaster descended in flames but the crash site near Carentan in Normandy had remained undiscovered. The crew members who died were led by Wing Cmdr Carter, DFC, with Sqdn Ldr Martin Bryan-Smith, DFC, Flt Lieut Albert Chambers, DFC, Flt Lieut Henry Jeffery, DFM, Acting Flt Sgt Guy Dunning, DFM, Acting Flt Sgt Frank Watson, DFM, Australian Flt Lieut Ronald Conley, ...
... in such confined areas, a person is soon seized with a sense of the magnificent and the unusual. It is wonderful and quite invigorating. This sense of being part of something much larger is similar to the feeling that I have when venturing into the English hinterland beyond metro London. Things so small and compact tend to grow in size as the brain starts to play mental games. This is the joy of travel with the opportunity to be exposed to "stuff" completely outside one's ...
... br> The monks' refectory was above the Guest Hall. Both are very big, with huge fireplaces and with good natural light. The refectory would have been silent except for one monk reading from the bible – the Guest Hall was often filled with royal and noble guests. The refectory had a wooden ceiling which was unusual but would have been much lighter than the more usual stone, so allowing the 58 tall bay windows.
The room below the cloister also had good ...
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