Campanile Rouen Est - Franqueville Saint Pierre
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... 8217;t know was that she had disguised herself and snuck in to see him but because he had taken vows, she didn’t tell him. The painting is of him digging his grave while she looks on. I’m sure there is more to this story that I don’t understand cuz logically it doesn’t make a lot of sense but then again, neither does Romeo and Juliet if you really look at it.
From there, I went up the hill to visit the final three stops. When I say, “went ...
... and then we watched a 45 min. movie about the trial of Klaus Barbie, the "butcher of Lyon". It was a sobering movie, with clips of the testimony of many survivors. Barbie was secreted after the war to Bolivia, with the help of the American government as part of the treaty, where he lived as Klaus Altman for many years before France managed to get him back for trial. He died in prison in France at the age of 77, in about 1991, I think.
... some interesting footage.
We have had to sign up for the optional extras now. Of course I've committed to all of it. Except for white water rafting (**** that would be cold here), the Mozart museum, and some wine tasting. All the rest I will be on though.
Oh, another interesting fact is that one of the girls on my bus is Adam Glass's missus.
Internet has been a bit sparce. So will just update when I can and hopefully get some pics ...
The step between theory and practice, between planning and execution can be a long one. This day began with the feeling that the idea about dropping in the see our mate from Woodend, Monsieur Tick Tock, Daniel the Swiss clockmaker, who has returned to his homeland to run a galactic telescope, was a bit foolish ... so far, blah blah. But we rose early, readied ourselves, left our baggage in Lyon, and got going, walking across a ...
... had provided… After confirming the supermache would not be opening on the Sunday, James decided to do a fairly substantial shop. He did an amazing job in the ‘tesco’ of France, where he could have bought any number of items (you name it, they had it…and more), only to realise at the checkout (after unloading his entire trolley of goods) that he must weigh and price every fruit and veg item himself before proceeding to the checkout. So he loaded ...