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... volunteered for the duty. He had two small boys! We walked to the actual cemetery and I was surprised how large it was! Very moving! Brought me to tears just thinking of those brave soldiers and the families they left behind! There is a large memorial with a beautiful statue and reflection pool. While we were there taking pics, the Army song "Cassions going rolling along" music was playing. Very moving! We left there and headed ...
... the basics. Got to use some of them on the bike rental guy. He didn't know much english. I look forward to more of these exchanges. Went like this:
Me: Bonjour, comment allez-vous? (hello, how are you)
Him: Bonjour, *unintelligible gibberish*
Me: Oi (yes).. Parlez-vous anglais? (Do you speak English)
Him: Little bit.
Me: Ok. Bicycle? Rental? (make motion with arms like I'm riding a bike)
(we go into ...
The year 2014 marks the 70th anniversary literally of "The Day" that would change the course of the second world war completely. We drove to the five beaches of normandy off the english Bay Channel where we visited an American memorial, cemetery and honorary museum dedicated specifically to the young sacrifices made by the United States.
From there we went to check out a tapestry dating from 1066 recording the ...
... lot without a ticket. I had put a three hour parking ticket on the dash before we left. We were gone for six. Oh well, no crisis. After dumping our stuff in the room it was off to Subway for lunch. We decided at lunch we would go back out, but be back to the room no later than 7:00. We walked around the cathedral for Donna to shoot some photos on the way back. Bayeux is a very cool little town. Hardly touched during the war, it still has all of its old buildings. ...
Bayeux is a small historic town with a population of around 14,000 people. It is closest to the D-Day beaches (10km from Gold Beach where the British landed) and the town where the British and Commonwealth cemetery is. It also has a lovely 1100's cathedral and an ancient 70m long tapestry telling the story of William the Conqueror dating back to 1070. We chose to come here as a base to do a D-Day and Mont Saint Michel tour ...