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We also saw tourists exploring the salt marshes in the bay, carefully watched over so they return before the tide starts coming back. There is a big marina port at St Valery - mainly motor cruisers - that stays deep enough to float even when the tide is out, but there are also many boats parked on the strand that float when the tide is in and lie on their sides in the mud when the tide is out.
On Sunday ...
It is one of the very very few cathedrals in France that did not suffer damage during the French revolution, so its statuary on the portal doors and all over the exterior is intact and dates from the 13th century. It did suffer some damage in WWI and had some rebuilding afterwards, but it was done pretty seamlessly and aside from the fact that almost none of the stained glass is original it is ...
... watching the Tour de France on July 8, the tour will be going through Peronne and right by the Museum - though I’m not sure how because the road is pretty narrow there! Then it will leave town going over a bridge and we plan to be parked on the water just the far side of that bridge, and standing on the side of the road next to the bridge! Look for us! They are due through there about 3- 3:30 so it might be too early for American TV, but I hope not.
... into the town for dinner and settled on Le Corner Pub, I'm not being funny that's what it's called and had a lovely steak dinner. On Anzac Day eve, we had decided that we would walk the Pozieres battle. This place doesn't hold a large place in the Australian conscience which has to be the final act in a tragedy whose effect is greater than any other battle before or since. In 45 days, 23,000 Australians were killed, wounded, missing or taken prisoner. 7,000 were killed alone. ...
... is truly awe inspiring. I could not gather when it was originally constructed but did learn that the Duc d'Aumale did extensive additions to it in the 19th century. He was a member of the Conde family (to which new friends Ron and Robin Conde belong) and a close relative to the last Emperor of France. He was also behind the building of the horse stables, one absolutely amazing ...
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