Le Chateau d'Audrieu
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we were at 6.45pm. Traffic ground to a halt and there was no explanation as to what the reason might have been. We were thinking there might have been an accident, but we didn't see any sign of one. One lane of the two-lane highway was closed, but by the time we reached that we were picking up pace again. We eventually stopped at 7.45pm just long enough for a sandwich and toilet break, them it was on to Paris. At 10pm, 15.5 hours after we left, we ...
... Klein, a German prisoner that helped bury the German dead wrote, "At a time like this, when human life has completely lost its value, we must still preserve the individual identities of the victims. It is however, strange or absurd as it may sound - like the proof of our humanity." (Bob, hardy soul he is, walked to the British cemetery. The Brits buried all of their fallen soldiers in Normandy - none were allowed to be shipped home. The graves were marked as at the US cemetery, ...
10 Aug 2013
Going to bed at 2 Am and waking at 6.15 Am I have done before but it is getting harder. With pain I managed to get up this morning. 45 minutes… and we were on our way. A few hours later we passed the first cemeteries of the Flanders fields where, amongst the millions of others, many Australians have lost their lives in the first world war. Perhaps on the way back we can give ...
... British port at Arromanches held. It became the only port for supplying the troops. It was truly an engineering miracle. They designed, built, transported and then constructed a massive floating port – complete with floating roads that went right up to the beach. The engineering is too complicated for me to explain but it involved sinking concrete pylons, sinking the actual steel port by flooding water into the lower compartments and then having ...
... trade in hate. If we can do that, we will have peace and a lot more. The afternoon was spent making plans for Paris, doing some shopping, exchanging American Dollars for more Euros, and laundry. Laundry will end up costing me €10- Sacré Blue! My first French eclair was delicious. Was talking with Leo on Skype about the lack of ice in drinks and hoping that Iceland would be different- Leo's response "ice is like dirt to them, they're not going to put it in ...