Le Faisan Dore
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... stored pod casts of the ashes which was. Lovely way to spend a few hours. At 6pm, Ollie and I went and got a drink from the bar and sat at the back of the boat in the sun to have our drinks, this was one of life's precious moments, an absolute joy. We met the girls after the film and went and had a dinner on the boat and then got ready for arriving in the port of Oustreim at Caen. Being at the front of the boat then had a huge advantage as ...
... in the year 804 however due to numerous wars over the centuries it was damaged and rebuilt and today is still a beautiful and impressive building and well worth a visit if you are in this area.
The drive to Falaise took about 1.5hrs which we have found seems to be the average distance we are travelling when we go on these excursions. The car is racking up the kilometeres and we hope that it will last a few more days before we return it to Bielefeld.
... Saint Michel, William The Conquerers Castle and the Bayeux Tapestry. Of course we took in the devastation of the Normandy landings on the towns all around but we also sampled the local tipple Cavados, visited Camambert and sampled the wonderful local cheeses and chose walking trails that provided bucolic vistas to gladden the soul. ...
... car and it makes some problems when I try to start it. It drove already over 205,000 km and I hope to be able to continue until I will be back in Germany, where sadly I will need to say goodbye to it. But for now I continue to enjoy the beauty and history that surrounds me.
... stone houses; there is little to remind one of the horrible carnage resulting from those days following August 18, 1944. Looking at pictures taken at the time, the road ways and river valley was strewn with burning or lifeless vehicles, horses, equipment and men. The smell during the warm August days was overwhelming. It was a true realization that "war is hell" and why veterans found it so hard to accept later in their years. Keep in mind that all of this was before we came ...