Le Val de Poix Hotel
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... to them, I may never have to.
So let's get started.
The day started off a bit slow. I slept in a bit because I had basically gone Wednesday through Thursday on about 6 hours of sleep. I was tired and needed the rest. Now, I have to say that the night before (Thursday night) I said to myself, that wouldn't it be neat if it snowed on my "tour" day. Just something to add an extra element to trying to imagine what it felt and looked like ...
... due to Col. Earl Rudder (Aggie graduate and former TAMU President) and his leadership. Other Aggies along with Rudder were honored by the names of Hollingsworth, Routt, Pena and Leonard, who all made significant contributions to this particular battle and other conflicts throughout Europe. My day was basically set up around attending the event with family members of veterans, VIP's and about a hundred or so Aggies that made the trip from ...
... dummy spit, and refuses to acknowledge where you are or provide any information at all. Nothing. Just the car on a gray screen, not even identifying that you are on a road. No help as to how to get back on track either, total sulk. On a more amusing note, She does say to "keep driving on this road for a long time"! We worked out that this is a distance more than 10 km.
14 degrees, hazy ...
... risk it. Thus she got my yummy soup and i got her ceaser salad.
After lunch we went and drank some more beer. Next was another dark beer, this also came with cheese flavored by feeding the cows the discarded wheat, malt and hops. It was great.
The next beer we got was a blond. This was nice but not as flavorsome as dark beers.
Once we had this beer we were basically ready to head back.
We caught the taxi ...
... into Belgium to get to Bastogne. Off I went and the roads were great...I was off the major freeways and on small country byways....through rolling french hills.....it didn't take long to notice I was getting close. it seems my route followed the 1916 front line..... so out of the blue memorial after memorial popped up....in the middle of farm fields, side of the road, on hills....they are every where. I can not believe how many grave markers.....sobering. the main ...