Manoir des Doyens
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... main story but they also have a freeze or small scenes running along the top and bottom (pic 3). Sometimes they are just ornamental birds but sometimes they are dead bodies or even very graphic depictions of naked men and women. Sorry but I didn’t take any pictures of the naked people (thought it would be a little too weird).
They have these great audioguides that allow you to follow the story from scene to scene and it takes about 30 minutes to see the whole thing. ...
Empty beaches with memories engraved in the sand. Scars on the buildings show bullet wounds of WW2. Miles of sombre views where time stands still for us to respect. See the photos that capture life that illustrates the beginning of our future since 1944. As you walk away you realise what your leaving behind. We must ...
... trip. Then of course, his father, Lou Marty fought here in France and in Germany in WWII.
Seeing these areas is such a treasure. The towns in Brittany and Normandy are agrarian and/or sea towns. Shops open and close at will. The food is very French. The pace is relaxed. It is just beginning to really warm up for the summer.
We had the French lunch at 2:30 with ...
... to scale a cliff maybe 120+ feet high under intense machine gun fire.
... he made it a reality. He passed away a few years ago, so we drank a toast in his honour at the site of his battle...now a peaceful field of wheat. It was a very emotional moment for all of us. Four of those men were buried on the grounds of a lovely old chateau across from the field. They were eventually moved to the cemetery at Beny sur Mer, but even today 4 rose bushes still mark the place they were interred. We also passed a double stone ...