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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!
... of soldiers. I can't imagine the terror experienced by all who faced this moment.
The museum was fascinating and they had created their own documentary which offered a perspective on these events including that which took place on the weeks that followed the landing. I found that very engaging.
We then stepped back in time nearly a thousand years by walking to the tapestry. On the way we encountered a Medieval ...
... at the exhibits before strolling out among the lawn, which is very immaculately kept. It is always such an impressive visit to see so many white crosses of those who gave the ultimate sacrifice.
After our time there, we drove down the coast a little piece to Pointe du Hoc, where the Rangers had to scale the cliffs while German soldiers were shooting down on them. There are of course, the remains of ...
... vegetable, meat, clothes, knick knack and furniture vendors. I picked up a black cardigan and two scarves in attempts to beef up my limited wardrobe. I thought I was getting a uniform here, but there were some miscommunications and I have to wear the limited nice clothes that I packed. The market closed at 1 and our bus didn’t come until 2:30 so we went to the ...
... extensive barbed wire, and laid a million mines to deter landing craft, to defend himself from any Allied invasions by sea. Tony took us to Omaha Beach (American Sector) and showed us the “tobruks (little cemented bunkers occupied by one German with a machinegun) and large bunkers and casements scattered everywhere along the bluffs above the beach. The German planning and resourcing that went into all this armoury along all the beaches is astounding. ...