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... dug to protect themselves. It was easy to picture the scene since we had watched some WWII movies and documentaries at home.
We drove through Parkers Crossroads, and on to Malmedy. We stood at the edge of Malmedy looking across the road to the field where 84 American prisoners of war were executed by Germans soldiers.
One of the reasons Steve was so interested in going on this trip was because his uncle, Dave Zylstra fought in ...
... Cemetery there. In a touching ceremony, our two veterans were awarded silver stars by the Luxembourg Cemetery committee. Scott, our cemetery guide, told us all about the Battle of the Bulge, where most of the soldiers in this cemetery died. He then showed us the grave of George Patton and gave us free time to look around.
Then we were back on the bus to go to our hotel for the night. Tomorrow we will have an all day tour of the Bulge area. ...
... means in English - Yes, that is where this lovely blog title comes from as well
-Cooking absurd amounts of eggs for the group at large
-Building a barbecue over the campfire
-Discussing the use of Tinder with Ken, my 52 year old American counterpart in the group
-Seeing so many people do so many cool things up on the rock
-Spending four days out in nature with the most fun, eclectic group of people I have ever met.
... pride and sense of citizenship were eye openers. We were also disabused of the fact that Luxembourgers party all night last night. It was only due to the duke's birthday and this happens once a year every year, and the same countrywide party also happens on Holland on their monarch's birthday. Usually the city closes down and is dead to the world by 10 pm. After our very long chat we finally got on our ...
... in a German Prison camp. Manny's character has always been strong but now knowing her story, as we would say in America, she has balls of steel. As I said, the details are not mine to tell, but this was the most meaningful part of this trip by far. Au Chocolat In 2004 my felllow family members fell in love with the pie made from Cafe Splendid owned by Marcel's cousin. Alas, his cousin no longer owns it as he retired at the very young ...