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... Marne, not far north of here. Read that again . . . 82,000 men in ONE WEEK. The French lost 1.3 million soldiers all tolled in World War I. One million men were given pensions. 300,000 of whom were disfigured or suffered an amputation. Of those, 42,000 were blind and 15,000 had facial disfigurement. They were referred to "les hommes avec les guelules casses." (the men with the broken faces) There were 600,000 war widows, referred to as the ...
... was originally Protestant and then changed to Catholic. In those days being a king was as close to God you could get, but if you changed religions then in some eyes you were more human. So some fanatic decided to kill him. He was not treated well for that as he was tortured, etc before they actually killed him.
It was a long day. I think we hit almost every arridonsment. There are 20. We probably hit about 10 - 12. I really enjoyed my day with everyone, even ...
... We also saw individual and family portraits, fighting paintings and sculpture of past kings.
we then entered the kings bedroom where we were told 100 privileged people would watch the king be woken up for his breakfast. We also entered dining rooms, parliament chambers and ballrooms, with amazing hand crafted furniture, paintings and carvings. The roof was also ...
... we said - offered fruit juice. We then went to our Grand Suite. LOVELY- lounge, kitchen , bedroom , bathroom. TOTALLY TASTEFUL... full of the latest hi-tech stuff --AND THAT WAS THE PROBLEM!
1- Bruce drops camera - temporarily appears to have broke 2) Bruce is overwhelmed by crippling headache which renders him useless and laid out on couch . 3) I know that washing is at critical level - so decide to try working things myself- I am not ...
After yesterday's expedition to Neuilly and the Parc de Bagatelle, we promised ourselves a day of relaxation today, but the gorgeous weather this morning convinced us to go out for lunch and then do some shopping. So around 12:30 we walked south, toward the Maison de Radio France at Pont de Grenelle, in a second attempt to find the Cafe Antoine. You may recall, we'd tried to locate this place a day or so ago, in the pouring rain, but ...