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... maintained. It overlooks Omaha beach and as the tide was out I got a better idea of what took place on 6 June 1944. It is obvious the Americans hold their war dead in such high esteem, the grounds are pristine and there is not a thing out of place. If you could call a graveyard beautiful, then this place is beautiful. Time for a pit stop back at our apple orchard again for the night before we head to Le Mont St Michel tomorrow. It was a wonderful ...
... looks huge and this is just a strip of sand however at low tide, the beach literally goes out for miles, it was high tide today when we arrived. We took a walk and read the plaques and memorials. I had a moment on the shore on a bench to myself and tried to imagine the horror and carnage of the day and for the life of me, I found it so hard to grasp. The beach and surrounds are just beautiful and peaceful ...
... Mirror, The Telegraph - last year reported that ....In his log the German Luftwaffe ace said " As soon as I took course I noticed above a row of British bombers flying below the moon lighted cloud cover. "Similar to a shadow theatre, the bombers stood out against the clouds. However they could not see me against the dark earth (ground). "We were at war and the enemy had to be combated, and I was in a favourable flying position. "Within a few minutes, ...
... 1245 so I decided to walk to the Museum of Normandy in Bayeux. I met a Colombian couple, Alejandra and Diago and ended up spending the majority of the day with them off and on.
We got to the museum and paid 3.50 euro for student tickets before learning of a British Memorail Ceremony at a nearby graveyard at 1100. We went to that and it was about a half hour long. Here they honored some veterans, one who was returning for the first time since D-Day 1944. The British ...
... really is. Let's put this in context. My home is in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. As the fourth largest province in Canada, Alberta encompasses 662,000 sq kilometres with a population of just over 3.7 million people. Not a lot of folk spread over a wide area in Western Canada. By comparison, France covers 544,000 sq kilometres but has a population of over 62 million people. However, in no time, a visitor to France is swept up in a false sense of geographic distortion. With so much ...