Hotel-Restaurant Kyriad Carentan
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... hold to your ear like a mobile and a narrator explains each scene, backed by music as you walk along the frame. The English version is narrated by a terribly plummy chap; he was ace! Fascinating hearing all of the explanations and the intricacies of the hidden messages. Crazy to think how much time and effort went into this storyboard and still blown away to have seen it... Really made my trip. We attempted a lunch out after the museum ...
... in February, 1943 and the following month, left from Melbourne for the United Kingdom, being now attached to the RAF. Six weeks later, he disembarked and became a member of the 97th Squadron in October, 1943. At 2.56 am on D-Day (6th June, 1944), Ron was the navigator and only Australian on board the few months old MK111 Lancaster ND739 Bomber (call sign Z- Zebra) which left Coningsby in Lincolnshire in England and whose task was to ...
... upon one that was empty, so I took it because my shoulders couldn't bear carrying my bags anymore. 10 minutes later I passed by a station that had them for sale, so I guess I stole someone's trolley. Oops! Oh well.
The plane ride to Paris was LONG. Let me say it again: the plane ride to Paris was LOOOOOOONG. And as Caroline, predicted the food was awful, but I ate it anyway since I was not sure where my next meal would come from. Since it was ...
... Polish, all representing the thousands of people killed throughout the operation. The Memorial is spectacular and well maintained; The crosses marking one single individual plus a wall with thousands of other names whom were not found or accounted for.
We proceeded down to the road to Omaha Beach. Back in the day the beach would have been littered with people, dead or alive, machinery and ship fortifications. The sea would have been littered ...
... One thing about this part of France - the highways are well marked, superbly maintained, safe and quite excellent. For those who like to exceed the speed limit (the speed limit seems to vary from 90 to 130 on this multi-purpose road depending on location, work projects and time of the day) there are plenty of speed cameras positioned en route to ensure that your license plate number receives the attention of French authorities. My advice: Carefully follow the road signage for ...