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I've really enjoyed watching French television during my trip, especially the channel Arte. Today, a program on one of my earliest passions, paleoanthropology, featuring none other than Richard Leakey. My Mom was kind enough to drive me to hear him lecture in Buffalo, NY when I was ...
... excellent that was our afternoon sorted!
So after a quick lunch we changed into our swim wear, which in the case of Paul had to be speedos as the general swimming pool rules in France insist on no baggy shorts so budgie smugglers it has to be!!! Okay i've just been corrected, they're not speedos they're swim shorts......but still lycra hee hee. Anyway off we trotted to the spa only to be told that due ...
... we visited near Paris.
A dining room with huge open fire and hidden door leading from the basement kitchen, a hall, entry vestibule, library and study. The building one room deep about 6 meters with adjoining doors between each room in line across the front of the building, so no hall required. Each room was lavishly decorated in 18th century style, just glorious.
... 3km from Malestroit, is the 'Musee de la Resistance Bretonne', a museum built on the site of a Marquis (or group) of French Resistance fighters whose aim was to slow down the German movement across Brittany following the D-day landings in 1944. The occupying German forces, based in Malestroit, were unaware of the 2,500 strong team that was camped out at the La Nouette Farm - that had had Jeeps and other ...
... in WW II when they occupied France. They are still there, and I am presuming that their present role is to as an anchorage for large yachts.
The Germans had occupied all the countries on the Atlantic, English Channel and North Sea of Europe and constructed defences in strategic sites along that long coast line. One can still see the gun emplacements on the cliffs of Brittany, Bordeaux and Normandy. It is still frightening to see and think ...