Hotel le Vauban
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the cemetery or the beach below. The cemetery, if such a thing is possible, is a beautiful place. The lawn is immaculate as you would expect it to be and each grave marker appears so brilliantly white it would seem the marble is regularly polished.
There are so many of them. And all so young. Many of the markers have no name at all and simply read " Here rests in honored glory a comrade ...
... like my own, was well tuned and the pavement was smooth. The country roads were narrow, but I soon found French motorists are to cyclists---especially old, panting geezers, in a heavy Pea coat packing a 40 pound suitcase on their back--very courteous and swing wide into the oncoming lane to allow a comfortable space when passing. There were fewer cars passing me than me passing cows.
Ron's mother and my Mum’s father were brother and sister, and he was the only child of Dave and Elizabeth Conley, born 25th October, 1915. He grew up in Brisbane, enjoying sport, particularly tennis and attended school at Brisbane Grammar School. Flight Lieutenant Ronald John Conley, D.F.C. Service Number 425606, enlisted as an airman on 25th April, 1942 at Sandgate. He trained at various areas including Evans Head. He was appointed to ...
... from the cemetery to Omaha Beach. I had brought a small bottle from the states, which I filled with sand. Laurie gathered a few stones, which we bagged to bring back with us. Laurie has a jar with stones from around the world. These stones will join the others in the jar.
We walked back up the bluff, marveling at the fact that anyone who could fight their way up this hillside and across this beach, was someone to be admired. We then ...
After landing in Charles de Gaulle airport on the northeast fringes of Paris and locating my compact Toyota diesel rental car, I headed off across the northern portion of the French capital in search of the A13 motorway. This well constructed and modern highway has a series of toll booths as it angles northwest towards Rouen prior to heading westward to Caen (where it becomes the non-toll N13/E46) , onward to Bayeux, Carentan and Ste-Mere-Eglise prior to its termination at ...