- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... you knew nothing about to liberate and save people that you would never meet. It must have been scary to face a seasoned fighting force like the Germans who were more experienced and in some ways better equipped than you were. It must have been scary during the moments before your mission, not knowing if your next breathe would be your last. That the last time you told your family you loved them would be the last. That looking at your buddy next to ...
My friend Jacqueline drove from Normandy to come visit. I lack the words to convey what an immense pleasure it was to spend the day with her. She played a significant role in making my experience of France during the 1990's the beautiful memory it is for me. We talked nonstop all ...
This is a public holiday in France that honors the tens of millions of lives lost in WWI. No family was untouched by this war here. While I've seen my Great Grandfathers' draft cards for this war, they were all in the U.S. and didn't see action (as far as I ...
... before stopping for lunch outside a cafe on the river.
We took a train back to Caen (and were nearly fined 35 Euros each due to a lack of tickets) and went to see the castle and had a look around several churches there. As we had a bit of time left before our train home we had a look around the shops on the high street, and Juliet fell in love with a ...
... were clearly American, the old man ONLY spoke to me in French. The museum staffer encouraged me to talk to this guy, and I didn’t know what to say to him other than to thank him for his service. The man responded in French. Then asked me in French what country I was from and when I said I was American, he said, in French, "I am, too"
When we saw him talking in the movie, he was speaking perfect, unaccented, American English.