Le Chateau d'Audrieu
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I have now left Courseulles-sur-Mer after a wonderful 4 weeks. I walked to work with my luggage and said my goodbyes. I got a ride to the bus stop and headed to Caen. I had 15 minutes to make my train to Paris, but naturally there was a laundry truck in the middle of the road about a minute away from the station and my bus arrived 4 minutes before my train. I ...
... tomorrow’s goodbyes that much harder. Lastly I signed the big Canada flag that hangs in our house. Now I'm just another name on the flag. Tomorrow I’m walking to work with my things for the final goodbye and then I will catch a bus to Caen around 10:20. My train should get me to Paris by 1ish, then I’ll drop my things at the hotel and tour around Paris for a few hours. Hard to believe how quickly time has passed. ...
... We stopped by an apple orchard that we passed on the way there and it was an excellent find! The owner talked to us about his farm and the different ciders were there. We tasted all of them and then bought 3 different types! We also stopped at a few of these Army stores and they found some cool souvenirs there. These stores had tons of old uniforms and American equipment. Bryan kept saying, how do they have all this here when we don't even have it in the ...
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 ...
... the command of Kurt Meyer, executed 27 Canadian POWs...many were North Novas. One name stood out for me..Charles Doucette ..same name as one of my dad's brothers. Meyer, sitting in the Abbe tower, could see all the way to the coast. The Regina Rifles took the Abbé, but it was not until a French family, the Vicos, were trying to clean up around the abbey after the war, noticed that the flowers were not growing in the rows they were planted. They ...