La Maison d'Hotes - La Corne d'Or
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... down by German machine guns.
The site of the crater was purchased back in the 1970’s by Richard Dunning, an English citizen who had decided it should be preserved for remembrance. There is a an active group of volunteers who have steadily improved the site over the years, adding a better road, parking, walking boards, etc. They raise funds, do the work, and hold a remembrance ceremony each July 1. We found about 20 people setting up for ...
... 15 minutes, then the lock keeper said he couldn’t keep us any longer because boats were coming. As we finished up our water, from the direction we were headed, came a two boat pusher combination of about 80 meters total. They put that in the other side of the double lock, followed by about a 20 meter Dutch barge pleasure craft, followed by a maybe 14 meter steel motor cruiser (like a Chris Craft), all of that followed by another huge double ...
... Wilfred Owen. Adjacent to the cemetery was a German cemetery, and fittingly enough a young German couple and their children had arrived bringing a small pot of flowers to pay their respects. It seemed appropriate that on these 2 small out-of-the-way cemeteries, specific soldiers from each side were being visited at the same time.
A brief 5 minute drive further north brought us to the town of Roclincourt where Hugh Sharpe is buried. He is a far ...
Another productive day in the saddle, although, our luck so very nearly ran out with the weather. The usual routine this morning, up early, cleared out the breakfast buffet and on the road by about 08:30. The old town at Laon sits atop a monster hill which Steve, Clive and I had climbed the previous evening, so, as our hotel was at the lower level, we skirted around the old town without climbing ...
... and they have wifi. This is where I spent the afternoon. They had a good Sav too. The weather changed so much and so quickly, at one point it rained so hard I had to wonder if I was in France or the tropics. While waiting for the weather to clear, I suddenly realised that I had left my one Australia/Europe adaptor back at my hotel in Paris. I rang them and they were happy to forward it on but there is no way the post will deliver it here in the 3 days I'm here. So I guess ...