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Today was a travel day. We left Bastogne, Belgium at 8:30 this morning to drive to Fussen, Germany. We decided to stop at the Luxembourg American Cemetery to visit Patton's grave. We had the whole cemetery to ourself for just about our whole visit. It was very beautiful, and peaceful till the buses started to roll in. Time to leave. The rest of the day was pretty boring, and ...
... dairy, and farm land will be something I will definitely miss when we leave. Next we drove out to Neuff, and Bizory to see some spots that were cool. Some of these little villages are very cool. I mean they have a name, and a spot on the map only because they have a church. That's it. We next made our way around to the south side of Bastogne to see where Patton's army broke through the German encirclement of Bastogne. It was now time for our lunch stop. Lunch became ...
... two marine helicopter pilots that were late, because they went to the wrong location. Seems they are here for advanced prep work for Obama's visit next week. Donna had me swear on a stack of bibles that I wouldn't give an opinion of their boss. Just hoping their sense of direction carries over to their job. Most of our tour today would consist of stops related to the "Band of Bothers" ...
... now they don't work. So, I pull into a gas station this morning, and the same thing happens again. This time there is a man pumping his own gas, so I walked over to ask if he spoke English. He did. Then I asked how the pumps worked, because I was a stupid American. He laughed, and said he would help. At the same time another couple was having the same problem. He started helping both of us. Then our car got the parking brake stuck, so he fixed it too. We ...
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The campsite here has 57 touring pitches; there are 4 of
us on site, 2 motorhomes, 1 caravan and 1 lollipop (VW camper to the
un-initiated) Lollipop contains 3 adults, 2 male 1 female..not sure how they all fit in to sleep!!! The other English motorhome contains 2 “ladies”, but on
arrival one in a skirt sat outside and had a shave! So, not sure about them
either. Perhaps they think we are odd as ...
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