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Today, Josh and I took a 3 hour journey, by train and bus, to visit Normandy.
Obviously today was a bit more sombre than previous days of our Paris holiday. We both really wanted to see Normandy, and it was definitely worth the long trip.
We expected to see Canadian memorials at Juno beach, but what really caught us off guard was driving by just regular city parks, and seeing Canadian flags flying ...
Even before dawn, the Rue Cler was buzzing with activity as the wholsalers made their deliveries. I weaved my way through them exchanging "Bon matins", the wheels of my travel bag clacking over the wet cobblestones. It promised to be a magical day.
I took the metro to Saint-Lizaire Gare, found my track, my train, my seat, and, soon after, found myself watching ...
... was an ancient Abby. I walked up to it...and there was a plaque....dedicated to the men and women of Ontario...who served in the military and fought in D-day...seems we left a foot print....we somehow saved the Abby...cool. Another thing I am noticing...flags....lots of flags.....French....British....american ...and Canadian...lots of them. Getting a sense of some serious appreciation of our efforts to help out can't help but be a bit proud of ...
... was in Normandy...where the Allies liberated France....everywhere are flags of CANADA, Britain and the USA. It was to the North of sword beach so not too far. So for those not in the know....the invasion was comprised of the Brits, Americans, and Canadians, and the free French. the beaches invaded were called from the south to the north Utah, Omaha (USA), Gold (Brits and USA), Juno (Canucks) and Sword (British). In the wee hours of the ...
On June 4th we visited Juno beach after going to the memorial museum in Caen and visiting Omaha beach. Once we arrived we looked through some bricks to try and find a friends family member who had passed away in the war. After that we took a look at the stadium where the June 6th ceremony would be, then headed down to the beach. The beach had beautiful sights and many of collected some shells and sand for ...