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... audio visual displays of life in the tunnels and the withdrawal of troops from France in 1940. Then we did the Tour of the hospital tunnels, used as evacuation triage and operating theaters for troops, landing from the retreat at Dunkirk. From there we took in the views of the English Channel and Dover from the Admiralty Look-out on top of the Dover Cliffs, with its cannon and bunkers. ...
A slow drive from home this time covering the near 300 miles in over seven hours. As we neared the camping place, just short of Dover, the rain began and it is still raining this morning after a very wet night! Off to Calais shortly and we hope all is ...
... like rats in a maze. We did eventually find our place of rest. It was a quaint bed and breakfast in a cute little town. Once we settled down, mom and I walked around the town and found a nice Chinese take out place for dinner. Sam opted to stay and guard the room. After dinner we stayed up and had a 'family bonding time' with each of us reading books on our kindles. We then zonked out and slept until next ...
The shallowest tunnel was dug during WWII to act as an underground hospital. The tunnel itself was at most 8 feet tall, and apparently there is over 5 kilometers of tunnel there. The next deepest was also for WWII and this acted as the command center for Operation Dynamo. I was not able to see this tunnel, but expect it to be similar to the hospital, but with meeting rooms instead of wards. The deepest tunnel, and most recent, ...
... a table and opened up the free wifi on my iPod, only to be joined later by two older British men who struck up a conversation with me. One was Scottish, and was an ex clergyman and the other was a retired factory worker. They were quite interesting to talk to. They seemed so shocked that I could get the internet on my iPod (no telephone chord???) and when I pulled out my phone to start texting they were flabergasted (you have two???? Can they talk to each other?). It was quite ...