Le Manoir Du Sphinx
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... to use and ending up mixing English, French, Spanish, and Italian in the same sentence. Sheesh. Parker has to take over in that department since I don't know the first thing about French pronunciation.) where we saw a very old tapestry depicting William the Conquerer gaining his throne to show the illiterate people of the kingdom the story. It was so incredibly detailed and long that it showed them getting ...
Mont Saint Michel is an abbey in…the middle of nowhere, Normandy! When the tide is high, the water rises all around it, only keeping a thin road that leads down the middle (the place is filled with warnings about being aware of the tides). Once we arrived, we walked on the beach around the perimeter of the abbey. Then we went to the very top and saw all the ins and outs of the place. ...
... clapped every time she saw her coming back to the table. Following lunch we then walked along the coast, looking at the oddly shaped stones that are dotted across the landscape. Walking down to a stretch of beach, Rose became very excited at the thought of playing in the sea. She enjoyed splashing about and collecting interesting looking shells and stones for her collection. John also taught her a trick that his much-loved Uncle Jock taught him ...
... time to explore the center and view the detailed displays. Afterwards we had time to see the two preserved German bunkers on site as well as walk out onto the beach itself. The students collected sand and shells from Juno to bring home.
We left Juno Beach and travelled to Arromanche for a stop for lunch and free time. Arromanche is a small seaside town but also the site of Port Winston which was used as a ...
... and started studying more about it. My interest blossomed mainly due to the fact that the Rangers that were in charge of taking that position were led by General James Earl Rudder. For those that may not know, Rudder was an Aggie graduate, a war hero and the president of Texas A&M when my dad attended there in the late 60’s. My dad absolutely loved him and I’m sort of surprised my name isn’t James or Earl knowing my dad. ...