Campanile Le Havre Gonfreville
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... an elderly passenger asking if I'd help them with something. It's becoming almost expected. I always help them out the best that I can if for no other reason that I think it's quite cool when an 80+ person asks me if I can help them with their FaceTime or send a text message. How cool is that, really?? Tomorrow we're back to Southampton where a lot of passengers will be leaving us and a whole new bunch who we'll be crossing the Atlantic with. For us, a day of ...
... shallow water. They also towed over huge concrete forms that they filled with water to help create a place to tie up the ships. They then installed floating piers that held up bridges, connected them together and ran them all the way to shore. They went out 800 yards into the ocean. The smaller ships could tie up to the end and drive tanks, trucks, jeeps and artillery all ...
... is with fries. Turns out I was about 2 hrs from me hotel...and the sun was now down time to see how the lights are on this bike wasn't planning on riding here in the dark but it is what it is.
It was a crazy ride....pitch black windy narrow French country roads...but the lights lit it up awesomely. Made it to the Hotel with out incident....and went straight to the bar to have a few drinks to ponder the day....saw so much stuff that I have read about ...
... night before the invasion several raids occurred....The 101 and 82 airborne (USA) parachuted in inland to disrupt the roads and communications....and the British used gliders to silently land (with a bang) and take critical bridges until reinforced. Pegasus was a major one. It was spectacular to say the least...they landed gliders in pitch black within 50 m of the bridge and took it. then had to defend it from numerous counter attacks ...
... history. The Landing Beaches had a very eerie atmosphere to them with monuments and remnants of battle allowing a clear insight into what it would have been like in World War 2. The German Batteries De Melville had an awesome display of WW2 memorabilia, including a 3D reenactment inside a Canon bunker, of a full on battlefield.
We spent over 5 hrs in Le Memorial De Caen, pondering over war memories that left ...