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Well another country passes before my eyes. I have been begging the Sandman to take a firm grip and keep me in oblivion. It is 3:30 am and the little sleep I have had has given me a rejuvenation. I peeked out the window expecting to see blackness. I saw a magnificent array of lights, white and amber, lining the shores of Lake Leman. As with many of the views over the past several hours I am unable to capture the magic with the camera. How exquisite is our vision that ...
... apartments were the main places to live - (why can't the UK make them work rather than knocking them down?)
Lunch with language laughs... we determined to take a typical French lunch today but failed at the first hurdle when the plat du jour was stuffed peppers which neither of us wanted. With the help of Google translate (the waiter, not us) we were offered gaufre avec saumon (waffle with egg, salmon and salad) which ...
... to get some news (mostly bad) from i-Player on the improved connection we have here which also allowed blog updating. Can someone tell me how the Luxembourg video worked, I think it has to be downloaded but it is much smaller than the original 184MB!) The temperature was 27 C in the PM dropping to about 15 overnight and we hear that some parts of the UK will have a frost tonight (poor you!)
There is a tram system taking us into the town which is ...
Without a shadow of doubt, my most abiding memory of the French leg of my Via Francigena is of the Commonwealth War Graves I passed by and stayed a while on my journey through northern France. I knew this would be a poignant experience, not least because 2014 is the centenary of the start of the Great War.
As it happens, the first few graves were of airmen from WW2. I saw small clusters of military headstones in village graveyards which were probably the nearest ...
... a walk in the park' in comparison. The fact that it wasn't is due to a number of missing yellow arrows that caused me to get lost not once, not twice, but three times. Each time it happened, it cost me valuable time as I retraced my steps to see if I'd overlooked an important way marking. If I had been in a 'glass half full' mood, then I would have congratulated myself being smart enough to find the path again, but I was definitely in a 'glass ...