Clos Saint Laurent
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... the First World War. Lunch was nowhere as impressive, but a not bad wine helped wash it down. After lunch we headed off to visit the Pozieres sites, calling in along the way at some Kiwi memorials and cemetery plots, and a German cemetery at Fricourt. Again time pressures meant very short visits and this also applied to our time at Pozieres where we visited The Windmill, the 1st Division Memorial and Moquet Farm. By this time Carm and I ...
... aroma of European au du toilet- (stinky un-deodorized underarms). This was a pleasure in contract. I was actually a little cold when we finished our tour of the big house and decided to grab a snack and walk the Gardens. I remember not being able to get to Marie Antoinette’s chateau at the far side of the property. It was a 30 min walk if you can imagine. We wanted to be bac on the road by 4 because to get to Normandy ...
Paris 2 Yeah, yeah...another late start.... Because it has been damn chilly, and I knew that Dulcie's central-heating wasn't working, nor was the hot-water system, nor was the fridge on gas, so I decided that I should investigate the problem which I started checking a couple of days ago. But I gave up because after I'd checked "the book" and decided that I couldn't decipher the German, I carefully transposed half a page of the ...
... nice view ..... I received my instructions this morning and the package was headed "Paris", so here we are, in beautiful , downtown Versailles. We stayed here in this camp last year and loved it, so high-tailed straight for here, and just got in by the skin of our teeth, and only then by, umm...I was going to try to find another way of saying I jumped the queue.... But, when we arrived at almost 3.30, there ...
... place in retrospect, but wanted to see it, since we were so near.
Just the walk up the long cobblestone courtyard in the sunshine was a bit of a hike. We opted to see the gardens first, and the huge size of them was what impressed my most. I was disappointed that there weren't many flowers at all, and several of the fountains didn't have water. We kept walking through the maze, hoping to ...