La Maison d'Hotes - La Corne d'Or
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... doesn’t necessarily mean that you have good taste!!
However, I think that if I try to get Nick into another National Trust property for a few months, then he will revolt!
One of the good things about spending some time in this part of England, at Tring and then at Wallingford, has been that all the mail that has been sent to us over the past few months, we finally get to open it. All those goodies that we have bought – it ...
... moved to visit the Bullecourt museum and see Jude's grandad's military cross and letters and photos that he had sent home to his family from the front. While we understand that he came back it highlights the futility and waste when you see the seemingly endless scrolling of names, of those that didnt return. We continued to Villers Bretteneax, and Le bousaille and Pozieres. The countryside was so ...
Then bus to Brussels. We have a bus driver, Johan, who is of great amusement. Born in Netherlands, Johan has a great accent. His pronunciation of 'boos' (bus) is highly amusing. He is very strict on his cleanliness and says very silly and amusing things. We didn't have him tonight as he had to get the correct amount of sleep. So we all had a big joke sesh and even the teachers joined in. Mr Bradbury, full serious as normal, left me in ...
... Very soon we were on quiet roads through pleasant countryside (regular readers will notice a theme emerging here!) and all was well in our cycling world. We had a coffee stop along the way somewhere and then stopped for a picnic lunch at Peronne - which we noticed is twinned with Blackburn (just up the road from where Steve C lives). After lunch Steve B, Clive and I carried on along the ...
Off to arras today to tour vimy ridge tomorrow. We had one small (100 km) navigational error so that added a bit of time to the whole ordeal. We finally made it to the charming town of Arras and found our hotel to find out that it is impossible to stay there with 4 people in our room. Although we did indicate that on booking.com it is impossible. Whatever he gave us another hotel so we went there. The 3 luppinas is apparently the oldest building ...