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... area surrounded by the local farmers crops,with two villages visible on either side villers bretonneux to one side and Corbie to the other. Made our way back to drop off the car and grab another cab back into Amiens. Our cab driver drove us past the Amiens cathedral which is one of the best cathedrals in Europe apparently. He was a lovely cab driver and said he had taken Australians out to VB just last week for the big celebrations. Caught a fast train back to Paris. Jenny and I ...
Most Americans believe that the French are not too fond of us. We hear stories of people who traveled to Paris and were amazed at the coldness of the waitstaff at the café or the blank stares of strangers on a train. I was so afraid to open my mouth on the plane ride over here because so many of the other passengers were French, and I thought they would view me as just another ignorant American.
As someone who studied International Relations and has traveled abroad ...
... her way. I don't really take care of her as much as the others because she stays at the daycare all day, but I think she's warming up to me. She has a kitchenette in her room and loves to play server while I'm her customer. We've began a daily ritual of looking at pictures on my phone or computer, and she'll sometimes snuggle next to me on the couch. But within an instant she can decide that she no longer wants anything to do with me and that I am the last person ...
... place is in a small section of the local cemetery that is cared for by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. The maintenance crew (based in Normandy) was there when we arrived. It's a quiet, peaceful place. Grandfather's request has been fulfilled in France, now on to Scotland. We were moved by the inscription on Neville's headstone... "Stranger! Go, live up to those ideals for which we fought and ...
... took this hilltop and repelled the Germans. It said that out of Australia's total population of 4.3m at that stage, 416,000 volunteered for service in Europe and 313,000 served in action this area, with a staggering 65% losing their lives.
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