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... maintained. It overlooks Omaha beach and as the tide was out I got a better idea of what took place on 6 June 1944. It is obvious the Americans hold their war dead in such high esteem, the grounds are pristine and there is not a thing out of place. If you could call a graveyard beautiful, then this place is beautiful. Time for a pit stop back at our apple orchard again for the night before we head to Le Mont St Michel tomorrow. It was a wonderful ...
... It is so hard to imagine what went on back then, there's no balloons in the skies, no ships just off shore, no blood in the water, no cries for help, no bullets flying and no bodies falling, it is truly surreal. We jumped back in Fifi and continued along the road to the bunker that the boys first captured and spent a while there reading the information, taking some pics and once again reflecting what was so long ...
It was definitely a good idea to use our train pass for one last trip though some of us waking at 5:45 may not have felt so sure about this at the time! We were picking up coffee an croissants for breakfast at la Gare St Lazure and rolling towards Caen by 7:05. Why not take a two hour train ride for the day? It happens often enough for a hockey game when we are home! The kids both slept for a good hour so the trip did pass quickly. ...
It seems like every morning I cannot wake up early especially when I know the train doesn't leave till 11. Maybe I'm becoming more French everyday?! Today was an adventurous day as I was going to learn how to navigate the Bayeux bus system. Everything that I read online said it was terrible so I was really hoping for the opposite. After I took the train to Bayeux, I went across the street to the bus station and flat out ask the clerk, do you speak English? I know ...
Just over ten years ago there was nothing along this eight kilometre stretch of Normandy beach to commemorate the efforts of the thousands of Canadian soldiers who landed on D-Day, the sixth of June, 1944. One World War II veteran who took part in the landings on the section of beach codenamed Juno, was shocked by this when he returned to visit. In fact, Juno Beach was then the municipal campground, and the remaining German bunker was a party hangout for ...