Chateau de Vouilly
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... I don't want to sound too confident here, but I think Josh and I have finally become quite sufficient in using public transit here in Paris. I love how efficient the trains are! I have yet to see any train or bus run behind schedule.
Now it's time to relax with a glass of wine, and plan out our day for tomorrow. Only one day left in Paris before we head to Beaune! We have to make the most of it!
We drove along the Normandy coast, which had a chill in the air and a bank of fog prohibiting us from seeing the ocean. As we drove through one small town after another we found numerous liberty markers, signs, showing significant events from D Day. Having only 1 1/2 days in the area meant we needed to prioritize. We started in the town of Arromanches and viewed a 360 degree movie of the 100 days of DDay in Normandy. Then we walked down to the ...
As we walk, Jennifer finds a Canadian quarter on the ground beside a grave. It has clearly been blown off a gravestone. It is the quarter that has a poppy on it, suggesting we should never forget. I think that this is sometimes a hollow suggestion. I think it becomes more difficult, with each day that passes, that we ask children not to forget what they have never had an opportunity to see. Jennifer respectfully replaces the quarter to the ...
... discovered she was the Chief D'Equippe (manager) of the Costa Rican Endurance team and she was telling us of some of the challenges they had faced! Three of their horses were still in Amsterdam as they had not been sure if the paperwork would be done to allow the horses in to France! The Endurance competition is on Thursday. Also, she was worried about how long the bus was taking as they had to be in the parade!
We did make it there eventually ...
... Utah beach and Omaha beach where the Americans landed, as well as the impressive American cemetery, but never made it as far as the Canadian and British sectors (Gold, Juno and Sword beaches). I had no idea how much territory the five beaches covered – about 120 km of the Normandy coast! There are museums, monuments, and points of interest all over the place, with many of the buildings adorned ...