Hotel le Conquerant
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... and stars of David, the volume of which is breathtaking. Then there's a memorial statue framed by lettered pillars. All very moving and we compared lip trembles over lunch! We headed back to the beach for our tuna baguettes, apples and our last piece of wedding cake that mum brought out in Mitteltal! A lovely stroll back to camp to catch some rays as the changeable sky had finally decided to be ...
... how fragile life can be and the sacrifice it sometimes takes to protect the inocent and our freedom.
Into the Jaws of Death
After our humbling experience on the beaches of Normandy, we head to little piece of Heaven on Earth. On Mont St-Michel you will find ...
... but definitely fills you up! Oh, Normandy, my heart will always be there. Before the trip, I have to admit I was a little worried about what I would do for 2 weeks in Normandy. Even during the trip, I was worried especially on Sundays and Mondays since EVERYTHING shuts down. Granted, there are a few cafés and restaurants but they all have early closing times. My time in Caen was great! I got to meet and experience true French culture with 2 different families. I made ...
... the wheel and Elle with GPS Jane, and drove on to Mondeville, on the outskirts of Caen. All the cities that pop up on a French map which look about the same size as Dubbo on a map turn out to be massive cities complete with motorways and huge sky-scrapers. Due to the fact that I'm still not really confident with European driving and add to that the fact that French drivers are insane, I was keen to avoid anywhere I might encounter large amounts of traffic, so ...
Aug 12 2013
A man of Steel
Last night Jerome put but down a box of unsorted photographs on the table and said: " Well look at this, I have not looked inside this box for at least 15 years, perhaps we find something interesting." Amongst the many pictures we found a few from days gone by dating back to Brisbane Expo '88 –world fair. The pictures of the many pavilions and places brought ...