Les Jardins de Saint-Benoit
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Friends & Fam--lots of you have been asking about when we're coming home, so: We have decided to shave Greece off our itinerary and save it for a later trip. We will make it as far west as Lisbon and then will head back to Frankfurt, as we must return our rental car ...
... old, maybe five years old, and not a defensive military fortification, it's the town's water tank with the classic spiral staircase afixed to the outside for access to the top of the tank. Recall a similar spiral staircase on the outside of the William Wallace monument in Scotland.
Our hotel on the left. It may not be beach-blanket-bathing-beauties season but the price is definitely ...
... Louise's father (who was a Naval officer on Omaha beach), never talked about any of these experiences until much later in life.
“My daddy was in a POW camp in Poland very near Warsaw.
He was captured in the Fall of ’44 and was a prisoner until the Russians liberated the camp in the Spring of ’45.
He was 21 when he was captured, and was not well enough to leave the camp when it was liberated.
I believe ...
... journey even if it was very typical of every other medieval town,
including San Marino and Mont San Michel. It made a pleasant end to
the day and the end of the holiday. We dined outside yet again, in a
small square jammed full of dining tables from at least four
restaurants. We finally wandered back to the hotel, well after
darkness had fallen, admiring the flood-lit ancient city walls.
... How is that any different from what I attempt to achieve in my own creative work?
I'm attaching a few more of the images of menhirs and dolmens we've explored on recent day trips. These typically date from about 5000 years ago and as for the menhirs, much mystery remains. We are having a lot of fun finding them in the country and continue to ponder the lives of people who lived here thousands of years ago.
Holding you in connection,