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... of vehices, tanks, motorcycles, most of which were still in decent condition though they were 70 or so years old.
Went onto American Cemetery. It is funded by the US government, has a nice visitors center, huge area with multiple sections, has graves of 9,387 american soldiers killed in Normandy. Left cemetery and walked down to Big Red One monument (honoring the Army's 1st infantry division), then near Omaha Beach itself. Some of the ...
... at 6 p.m. and bought some local Camembert (Normandy is well known for their cheeses which are not pasteurized and therefore not importable to the USA) and wine and played cards in our lovely hotel courtyard before going out for dinner. We dined at a local creperie on the river, and then the kids got gelato. After they went to sleep, we walked to the base of the Bayeux Cathedral where an elaborate sound and light show was being projected onto a massive tree. It was very creative and ...
The Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial is a World War II cemetery and memorial in Colleville-sur-Mer, Normandy, France, that honors American troops who died in Europe during World War II. (Wikipedia)
This cemetery honors the American soldiers that died during D-Day, and representing each of them with white crosses, I must say that this place is very well maintained as it ...
... was in creating a plan to float this across from England and have a false army further up to be a red herring. It was a privilege to be able to see them as I guess in time they will corrode completely.
At the German battery it was such a pretty sight with flower fields as far as they eye could see in between the bunkers and the sea. The story behind the successful taking of these bunkers was air bombing the communication lines which were buried in the ...
... like on the ferry) with a glass door
! now I don’t consider myself a prude or particularly shy but I wouldn’t feel
very comfortable if I was sharing that with another bloke. Sometimes ‘new’
doesn’t translate as ‘better’. Dinner was in a Courte Paille Grill where we
both had steak but, given that all they do is grill meat, I expected it to be
better. The steak in Rouen was streets ahead. You live & learn ...
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