Le Manoir De Mathan
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I have now left Courseulles-sur-Mer after a wonderful 4 weeks. I walked to work with my luggage and said my goodbyes. I got a ride to the bus stop and headed to Caen. I had 15 minutes to make my train to Paris, but naturally there was a laundry truck in the middle of the road about a minute away from the station and my bus arrived 4 minutes before my train. I ...
... and I walked home with 4 dozen eggs, as it was delivery day and 3 of my roommates weren’t at work to pick them up. We got many weird looks and crooked smiles from locals, they probably thought we were up to no good. Surprisingly we made it home without any mishaps and the eggs were safely delivered. While 4 dozen eggs may not seem like much to you, I will paint the picture. The eggs were in cartons of 6, so we were ...
... how much land was gained in the first 24 hours of D-Day. We learned about how the Germans occupied l'Abbaye d’Ardenne which was situated on the highest point of land, about 15/20 kilometres from the sea. When standing in the bell tower of the chapel, the Germans were able to see straight across the farmers’ fields and knew when the Canadians were coming. On our way to l’Abbaye d’Ardenne we stopped at a monument for the Canadian ...
... this stage, so I drove up onto the footpath (like everyone else)
squeezed my little car between a park bench and another car into a great little spot under a tree. All I had to hope, was that my car would still be there at the end of the ceremony and it was.
I have uploaded a few shots and videos from the Opening Ceremony of World Equestrian Games.
... children in this city (as opposed to being illegal to hold hands, as in Paris - see our previous entries for more info). Clearly this was a double standard, and we, being the helpless scofflaws we are, overtly flaunted this provincial law and purposely did NOT hold hands. Good thing none of the gendarmerie were around, right?
Bayeux was, amazingly, spared much of the destruction from the Allied ...