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... of research into the Abbey downloading the app to find out all about it so when we got in Corban was completely engaged with his audio guide. We really enjoyed our time here absorbing the history. Surprised how interested Corban was but also thankful that he was not scared of the church as he had been having issues with the cathedrals we had been visiting up until now.
Next on the agenda was to make it up to the change of the Horse guards, as we were just ...
We walked around small alley ways with the beautiful French decor and buildings admiring what we were seeing around each corner. It does remind us of a mini version of Paris.
As it is a bank holiday in France, the streets were quiet and most of the shops closed, much to Sophie's disappointment. We did find an indoor market with a few stalls opened and bought a baguette, ham, olives, quiche, tabouli for lunch then ...
... a transit and internment camp for ‘undesirables’, artists, politicians,
journalists… and then the final period August 1942 to September 1942 was a
holding camp for Jews deported to Auschwitz via Drancy (another French camp).
It gave us all a ‘real’ understanding of what things were like in the past war
times and how sad and nasty life was for many people due to being different in
various ways. Corban was ...
... us to the train station where we had lunch in a beautiful building where we meet Clemence. Then Shereen dropped us of at the airport so she could rush home and see the Six Nations. We hopped on the plane to Montpellier and Maddi slept the whole way and was angry at Corban because he drank her apple juice. We had trouble trying to find a big enough taxi to fit all our bags. We got home and had a big sleep.
The day after that we ...
... which to watch. We decided on a location from which we could see the live TV coverage (though the commentary in French wasn't going to help us very much), and maybe see the cyclists zoom past.
We know plenty of lovely Australian folks, but the ones in front of us were not part of that crowd. Granted, they had gotten there early to claim their spot, but they were unrealistic as to how much of that spot they’d be able to keep. Here’s ...