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Travel Blogs from Brie-Comte-Robert
... survived D-day at Utah Beach at age 50 with only a cane and an English bulldog. He was also a general and a recipient of the medal of honor; he died 3 days later of a heart attack. After we saw some more graves we visited Juno beach where mostly Canadians landed. It was really big and you could only see one pillbox and you could see where the shell impacted in the box. Sadly after that it was the end of the trip and a long day of ...
... abutted against the picnic-type, and the odd adjoined metal chair. The seats are filled with heavy coated, heavy-shod older gentlemen, some topped w/ woolen beret. Nearly each is hunched in thick concentration over chessboard. Nikki jokingly profers challenge ( reminscing back to early after- school chess days at good ol' HDS, and of course she does this out of the earshot of the French). Following paths around the park and gardens, one is consistantly met with surprise ...
... br> 2. Within the family of churches, a wisdom for the vision for the future
3. The training/equipment of future leaders for the country
4. The testimony towards national authorities in France both on a national level and on a local level
Subjects for prayer:
2. Movement of church planting in France
3. Ethical questions facing in France
... down the River Seine, but that didn't stop BSV from sitting outside at the back of the boat to see the sights that crowd along the river bank. The Louvre, the Statue of Liberty, Invalides and the D'Orsay all took up valuable space on our micro SD cards as we happily snapped away. By now the long day was taking its toll on our young adventurers and some were beginning to wane. Many heads began to bob on the roll of the waves. Back to the hotel for a quick change and to ...
... daddy original.
We eschewed the 4 hour wait to climb ET and instead did the hop-on- hop off bus tour, getting off at Orsay. Our Paris Pass did allow us to bypass the queue. David and I had tea behind the big Hugo-esque clock in the gallery, may I humbly recommend Varolla (?) hot chocolate, simply the best over here. The Impressionist gallery was portholes of light into hundred year old sunny days. My favourite this time ...