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... heard of (we hadn´t)
So off we trotted, and boy, was it special. Turned out to have a Michelin star....but they weren´t formal at all, quite the opposite, very nice and helpful, and we had great sport eavesdropping on an adjacent table of business people who were trying to put together some high-powered deal....
a lovely night and day, and we were sorry to leave, but ...
... trip to Moulin Rouge on our last evening in Paris. What a great show, I half expected it to be raunchy and quite burlesque, however it was jut great dancing by terrific dancers ( bare breasted). The supporting acts were 1st class with incredible acrobatics and an hilarious ventriloquist running 3 puppets simultaneously. Then he pulled 5 audience onto the stage and used them as his puppets, vey clever, very funny Great Can-Can as expected, OMG those girls have long ...
... makes me think very early Tudor with a dash of late Gothic influence. That means I see lots of heavy timber framed buildings with huge fat timber beams, they have bricks between the beams then plastered over. Gothic? I see some very steep skinny steeples like Notre Dame, there you have it. Had a nice little boat ride around the Honfleur basin, pretty big basin though, we came across a 150 berth cruise boat that had travelled down the Seine River from Paris into ...
... served with wartime boiled potatoes. We took an impromptu excursion around the centre of Rouen curtesy of the precocious SatNav versus the legendary Robinson sense of direction. Just at the moment we arrived in le rush hour the satnav decided to run out of power and the ginger compass went to sleep. With a little help from Steve Jobs we made it out of the River Seine and cruised on to Honfleur to the very French Hôtel ...
... On that one day of the "Battle of the Somme," it is estimated that 60,000 British Soldiers were killed. The soldiers of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment were fighting under the British flag as Newfoundland was still a British colony at that time. As any Newfoundlander will tell you, this battle took an enormous toll on our soldiers as only 68 of the 800 men returned unharmed. Two of the soldiers wounded that day were Edward ...
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