Hotel De La Mer
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... train and the next one doesn't leave for another hour, so now I am enjoying a boxed sandwich and a beer. I guess balancing all the eggs yesterday helped me out. I managed to carry my bag, wheel my suitcase and manoeuvre the food tray with only one near spill. Unfortunately missing the train means I have an hour less to travel around Paris, but that's the way things ...
... Day, I hope everyone was able to spend a few minutes remembering all those who lost their lives 98 years ago. The first soldier I ever researched, Narcisse Dufour, died at the Battle of Vimy Ridge. It’s because of that research that I grew to love history and look where that has brought me! Today is also my favourite twins’ birthdays and I was able to celebrate with them in France, sort of. Happy Birthday Adam and ...
... only to find that it was closed between 12 & 2.00 so I had some time to kill before I could get my car. I found a nice little coffee shop to shelter in and had a panini and coffee for lunch. When Europcar opened again, I was served by a very pleasant lady and had the keys to my car in no time. At the other end of the counter there was another Australian lady giving the staff a really hard time. I actually felt sorry for the staff she was so rude.
... How hard is it to see there are over a thousand cars ready to leave this one little street yet only allow 4 cars at a time get through? Thank you for not doing your job! As one can tell, I had terrible, horrific traffic this afternoon. It took me 2 hours to go 5km and then another 1.5 hours to reach Omaha beach, usually a 30 minute drive. There was an ambulance on the corner of that little street I referenced above so I hope (not really, just kidding but let me vent!!!) that it ...
... were huge, made of reinforced concrete and steel. The prep actually began several months prior to the invasion when the Allied bombers pounded the Normandy coast and points south to disrupt the German army's transportation links and build-up of military strength. The Germans expected an invasion along the north coast of France, but they didn’t know where. They built up their troops and artillery near Calais, where the English Channel is the ...