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- Continental Breakfast
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... at this simple, but striking memorial with a small Australian flag waving gently in the breeze, a local farmer was tilling his soil . . .ground, which nearly one hundred years ago saw the loss of so many men of all nationalities.
The Windmill Site was one with which I was not familiar. The plaque read: The ruin of Poziers Windmill which lies here was the centre of the struggle in this part of the Somme Battlefield in July and August 1916. It ...
... its a cool town...old...lots of history...windy narrow roads....old buildings...pubs and cafes...oh heck I just described almost every town I've seen so far here LOL. So did the normal ritual....hosed off to make meself presentable to others....and hit the breakfast....sure would like some bacon though...its been a while. I then commenced to pondering where to go.....and Amiens popped into me head. So found a hotel.....and that was that. It is halfway to Calais ...
... sun for a few more days. From Amsterdam to Belgium we had a wonderful talk feast - We saw old friends in Amsterdam, Ghent and Brussels - Janet, Edith, Filip, Do and Toon and Marijke and Jacob. unfortunately we missed seeing Din and Louis but Din and I will continue to keep in touch as we have done for the past 40+ years. On Sunday we fly from Lille to Lyon where we will have 4 nights. I am sure we will have tales to tell from there. so until Lyon... Love to you all Evelyn/Lyn and ...
Up for another lovely breakfast at hotel and pick up for tour at 9.30am. Another couple with a today. I think a mum and daughter - Diane and Lara. Think they were from NSW. Not a very talkative pair. After a shortish drive we arrived at Hamel. This memorial are is for Newfoundland soldiers. Newfoundland sent 768 soldiers and only 68 survived. Just about a whole population decimated for generations to come. Lovely statue of a caribou. This area also ...
... very poor French was going to have to get us recovered off this motorway. I had never envisaged having to talk French over a telephone, it was going to be hard enough speaking face to face, but at least I could then resort to hand gestures. The German operator reassured and told me just to say 'en panne' to the French recovery operator and for me to call them back once I was back at the storage yard so they could arrange payment.
I Looked at Alan and asked ...