Le Jardin d'Alix
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... posts, taking out two of them, killing many Germans and getting 40 to surrender. He then attacked a 3rd emplacement but was killed by a fourth. We then visited the 2nd Division Memorial at the mount before moving on to Peronne, which was liberated by the Aussies as a result of their efforts at the mount. At Peronne we had 2 and a half hours, which was great, no rush to go through the impressive war museum and have some lunch. It was funny at ...
... with the same facilities i.e sailing school and club house for the sport boats (it turned out to be the same company running the sailing school). It was €16 per night with free WiFi but you had to be up at the bar to get reception.
There was an Aldi nearby so we went with David and Melanie to buy some essentials but we got lost on the way back which didn't help Isi’s heel problem. Once back at the marina, we called in at the bar ...
... ended up logging in as Ali Ali; which I very soon realised meant I would not discover how many people with my surname died in the first world war.
Lisa Lisa had made the same mistake... but also first off registered that she lives in Aberdeen, which she then changed as she was not terribly interested in hearing stories about Aberdeenshire folk.
Beer called, so we trialled a Belgian special called Duvel which was over 8% and went down ...
... it explores the social and military dimensions of the war in Ypres, seeking to provoke discussion of the twin themes of war and peace.
Over three hours passed by, as we were enthralled by the quality of the displays, some of them using very realistic holograms, which seemed to talk directly to you!
... hours before the train to Paris we took a stroll around Lille. Avert large town with lots of interesting and very old buildings. Shame we did not have an extra day there.
Another comfortable train ride back to Paris and to our hotel on the North Bank of the Seine we re ready for some serious sight seeing.