Our visits to France always seem to include Normandy. Roger’s dad was in France during WWII and we have relatives and friends buried in the cemetery at Omaha Beach. For us, I think it’s really part of the remembering process, remembering things about the USA that make it unique and special, a time when many of our men and women gave their lives on foreign lands for freedom.
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Brugge, Belgium is a fabulous medieval ringed city that has stayed old, romantic, accessible and extremely photogenic. In summer, during the day, visitors flock to Brugge to experience her historic cobblestone quaintness, small but mighty museums, scenic canals, vibrant town square, yummy frites and scrumptious chocolate. At night, Brugge calms down, tourist buses leave and the romance of the town takes over.
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