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... were serving **** we lowered ourself to the American Embassy. However, it was probably the most excited I've been to see a McDonalds since I was 10 years old. It was American food, and we were starving. It will keep me up all night, but it was good for a moment. After dinner we returned to walk around for a few minutes till everything started to close. Time to call it an early ...
... veterans, and their families are starting to filter into Europe. Bastogne had a bus load yesterday. There was an old man sitting in a wheelchair a couple of tables away, and I could clearly see a Purple Heart hanging from his chest. His name was Robert Blatnik, and he had more medals than I could count. I assumed he needed the wheelchair, because the sheer weight of his medals wouldn't allow him to get up. Sad you have to come to Europe to be proud to be American. It was ...
Trying to decide if dying is a better plan than taking a tour this morning. Only slept half the night, because I was coughing, and just generally wanting someone to put me out of my misery. Left the hotel at 8:30 to get to our tour by 9:00. Once there we met our tour guide, and a man from Germany that would be on our tour. He was pretty funny even if his side did lose the war. We also had to ...
Today we're head for our 15th country. Sorry to leave Bayeux. We really enjoyed being there. Cathedral outside our window, and Subway down the street. Great slow pace after Paris. Donna ready to watch old war movies now to see, and understand where she's been. Oh well, time to leave. First thing this morning is to fill the car. Normally, this is not a big deal. However, the gas pumps haven't liked our credit cards. All that trouble to get chip cards for ...
... reduced to UHT that they seem to favour over here. When we
got back we sat in the sun and read our
Kindles (doesn’t sound the same as saying you are reading a book, does it?) I
was nearly hysterical with laughter as I am now reading Narrow Margins by
Browne, which is hilarious, all about a family that sell their house and go to
live on a narrow boat. There are 3 in the series, well worth a read for those
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