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... north to Amiens. We head to the Hortillonnages, an enormous area of commercial market gardens and private garden plots on a labyrinth of peat bog islands within the inner city. The area is thought to have built up since Roman times with the digging of canals off the Somme River. The fertile soils can produce three crops a year. Some islands close to the perimeter have power across from the 'mainland' with small bungalows for ...
... Pietres 15:03 - arrive Brugge station - lift & elevator available. It had been raining prior to our arrival but was overcast with a cool breeze. Taxi to Hotel Martins Relais - EUR15:00 Check in - room 16 (JP & CK) & 17 (Helen) - 3 steps up to front entrance. Charming Rooms on 1st floor, overlooking the garden - elevator broke yesterday. Bellboy carried luggage ...
... was the Australian Memorial just outside the village of Villers- Brettoneaux. Australian-Franco museum @ L'Ecole Victoria - school is currently under renovation - temporary museum - very informative. German cemetery @ Proyart. Lunch @ Hygge Cafe in Albert - own cost. We had the local special, Ficelle Picarde, Frits & Salade and a glass of wine. EUR41:50 Tour ...
Hi all. Our last night in Arras, which was on May 1, a holiday, we knew most of the restaurants were going to be closed. But the night before, Brian had spotted one across the street from Le Bulle D'O called Buchot. So on our way back to the hotel, he checked it out and they were going to be open, so he made a reservation for us. We went out into the square which had a big book sale going on – many tents, the 14th annual ...
... to the Hortillonnages which was described to us as floating gardens. It is actually a huge network of narrow canals built around islands that are used for private gardens. So you sit in a narrow barge and cruise the canals for about 45 minutes. A hortillon is a gardener and they access their plots of land and little huts/weekenders by barge. The are is centuries old and on a sunny day are lovely and peaceful. Dinner was in the hotel - the less said the ...