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... we visited in total silence, in awe, in concern and in tears. The
woman superintendent of the cemetery provided us a detailed tour AND EXPLANATION OF THE MEMORIAL, along with a 90 minute detailed overview of what happened at the battle of the Bulge.
We then walked within the cemetery, amongst the 5,076 CROSSES AND STAR OF DAVID.
IT WAS A CHILLING, SILENT WALK, WHERE MANY OF US SHED TEARS. It is hard to imagine so many who gave ...
... the day was hard and they need some time till the food is served
- tells you (and this example really really shocked me: they would not like your smell or taste), after being together for 2 years, this woman is still absolutely heartbroken and never wants to open up to another man again
- is not sad when you leave, on the contrary, is glad
- is not intersted in meeting your friends or family and also does not introduce you to theirs
- being always blamed by one ...
... down through the people.
The Todt Battery Museum is situated a short ride south of Calais. An ominous looking concrete building with walls 3.5 meters thick it is truly is amazing how much money and effort the human race is prepared to spend on shooting things at each other. Never the less it was extremely interesting holding one of the few Krupp Rail Guns which were capable of sending a projectile 86 km across the English Chanel and into the United ...
... the riling hills of Alsace Lorraine. Everything was forest or farm. Very green countryside at this time of year with beautiful all villages and towns. Previously the Flanders fields were so flat that a hill of just 60 meters height was a military advantage as in WW1. In true 'no map' style we found a hotel that was reasonable, but this time nothing special. We found a close-by coin laundry where ...
... more options and get a little taste of Metz. So Alinnette, Jenny and I broke off from the group and began exploring alone. Metz has much Algerian and Indian influence, because we were running into many ethnic restaurants. Everything looked so good!! Jenny has been feeling sick for a couple of days, so we were helping her look for a restaurant that served something a little less risky, maybe soup or something simple.
And that's when we ran into the most perfect like cafe ...