Pierre & Vacances Resort Normandy Garden
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... train and the next one doesn't leave for another hour, so now I am enjoying a boxed sandwich and a beer. I guess balancing all the eggs yesterday helped me out. I managed to carry my bag, wheel my suitcase and manoeuvre the food tray with only one near spill. Unfortunately missing the train means I have an hour less to travel around Paris, but that's the way things ...
... 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. ...
... home after and enjoyed a starry sky. Upon our return we found some unwanted visitors in our house. It was quite startling to see HUNDREDS OF ANTS all over the floor. We quickly started stomping, vacuuming, sweeping and spraying. I’m sure it would have been quite a site for anyone watching. We seemed to deal with all that we could see and then we sprayed ant killer all around our door and pipe entry. Not sure where they came ...
... two hands (rounds? ends? plays?) anyway I won twice and we had fun. It was entertaining to me that the French play Texas Holdem and use the same English words that we use like: check, fold etc. They say them with their thick accent and no effort has been made to translate the words. I am forever intrigued by what words are translated and which are not in France, and of course, it is entirely different than those in Canada. Here we ...
Stanley Field's is a WWII D-Day survivor who has been traveling with us here in Normandy. Stanley was with The Fighting Fifth Sappers Association during the D-Day landings on June 6th, 1944. For more on Stanley's biography see a previous post with links to articles about our project and the research on his life.
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