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... Ken, Kim and Aimee went out to the fields of Pont du Hoc, where there are still bunkers, bullet holes and remnants from the battle. It really does bring the entire scenario full circle…the cemetery, the bunkers, the ocean, the cement structures still lining the beach and the visitors to this part of the world still trying to grasp the enormity of that time period. What if Eisenhower, Roosevelt, Churchill and DeGaulle had decided ...
... Spanish, & Japanese) but of course Lars and I already knew most of it from the Monet books we've read. The walk to the house weaved through his flower gardens, which were incredible. Even in early September, everything was in bloom and bees were busy pollinating. Walking through the pink house was surreal. The walls were covered with Japanese prints, which Monet loved. His studio ...
... a small scratch on the front of the car when we came home yesterday. Someone must have bumped us in one of the tight car parks. Ken decided to even it up and reversed into a bollard that the reversing camera somehow missed. Anyway, not too much damage for 3 weeks of very narrow driving He wouldn't be so casual if he was in his own Audi!!
We drove towards our next destination - a night in a chateau.
Kms walked 10.6
... letter might not be so bad after all.
I began to notice more cars that had them and not all of them were snotty-nosed 18 year olds who had just received their license. On my way to school that day, cars gave me plenty of space in the turn-arounds, and I don’t think I received a single honk! The initial pain of my wound began to subside as I accepted that my big, ghetto, scarlet A might help me more than harm me.
... en-Laye holds fond memories for me as this is the town where I came as a "jeune-fille-au-pair" each morning to diligently follow my French lessons before I had to head back with the other nannies to pick up the kids from school and help with the preparation of dinner. It is here where the nannies from the surrounding area would hang out, exchange horror stories on how bad our families were and where we could escape for a brief moment from ...