Première Classe Beziers - Villeneuve Les Beziers
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... of as we looked at it from a kilometer or so away was how a soldier in an approaching army must have wondered how on earth they would have any effect on it. (By the way, my memory of details has been supplemented by Wikipedia and you can read more there).
Unfortunately, the most impressive impact was probably looking at it from afar, as, what had been suggested to us by friends, the city within the walls has become a conglomeration of shops ...
There was movement at the station for the word had passed around, steve the Aussie needed help with canal information. [almost verbatim from banjo patterson's man from snowy river] every man woman and woofer was there to help. The Marina staff were drawing me mud maps and the yachties were giving me charts to copy. The boys at the bar even phoned the canal authourity to get the word from the man direct, then printed out ...
patisserie windows really does just blow you away.
We settled down for a scrumptious coffee
to kick the morning off to a great start. Even in the early morning, the sun
was up bright and early and there was a delightful sea breeze. If you are lucky
enough to catch such a beautiful time of day, my advice is to close your eyes,
take a deep breath, and soak up the splendid moment. It is rare ...
I have solved the mystery of the french surrender. It all boils down to the French prefering to get on the **** with the invaders than to shoot at them. it is a brilliant battle plan. It works. I can attest to this personaly. I couldnt have fired a gun this morning. Im not certain i could have found the trigger. These froggies are So cunning they even took me out for dinner after a few dozen rose. Then tortured me further on the boat with whiskey. And to top it all off you cant even ...
Spent 8 hours in the car last night driving down south, listening to a delightful melange of baby TV and High School Musical. We got in at a head shattering 1:30 am to find the beds unmade in a cold, typically gigantic gite.
That being said, it was worth the sacrifice. The weather was glorious this morning as ...