Remembrance Day 2015

Remembrance Day 2015

BlogPost Travel

When we visited the cemetery at Omaha Beach in Normandy France this past summer, both Mr Fox and I were moved to tears. It was remarkable how deeply it affected us.

All of our lives we’ve heard stories about World War II but standing in the American Cemetery among the more than 9000 white marble crosses that mark the graves of soldiers who died in battle on the beaches of Normandy. It was shocking. For us, it brings a whole new depth of meaning to Remembrance Day.

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Blogpost: Coral Princess Galley Tour :: Cruising Gluten Free

Blogpost: Coral Princess Galley Tour :: Cruising Gluten Free

BlogPost Cruising Gluten Free Travel

Imagine it’s 6 pm and you have 2000 people to feed. Now imagine one of those people has a food allergy, or intolerance. Or maybe a dozen of those people have a food intolerance. That person(s) order gets reviewed first by a Head Waiter and then, by a Chef who has the training to order any changes that are necessary. The special meal(s) get prepared separately, yet they manage to serve them at the same time as meals for the other 1900 plus people who are dining at the same time.
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