Hotel-Restaurant Kyriad Carentan
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... France. All well done but always when I see war situations I lament at the huge loss of life. We hopped on our bikes and explored the little village where you can still see huge concrete buttresses in the sea and where they built massive roadways from out at sea into the town to get all the vehicles in from the ships. You can see one of these in my photo but they were end to end and they brought them all ...
... 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 ...
... I could try the other cheese. I can't remember the name of it, but it was better. I'm not sure if I could say it was good. I don't really like cheese, but I figure I should try some while I'm in the cheese capital of the world.
Dinner took place without Isabelle since she was working a street fair for their shop. She's actually a very busy woman and I applaud her for doing so much all the time. Isabelle is the only member of the family who speaks English, so my Thursday ...
... ambient within the veterans. I am glad I went and especially on D-Day. I got the chance to talk with a veteran named Ken. (Has a book in the works, I got the name. Google www.asprommised.net and you can read all about him.)
He was in the Signal Corps as part of Pattons 3rd army. He told some stories, a few of which got some laughs, others of shock. Of the former he told us that his dad was born in Berlin and came over to the US when he was 3. He joked with his ...
... 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 ...