Le Refuge des 3 Ours
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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... seats were booked, we couldn't get 2 together.) Turned out not to be any hassle at all. The train was 90% empty. Hey, First Class is magic! Great train trip through the French countryside. Wonderful checking out the villages and trying to spot Church Spires. Arrived Amiens. Beautiful station and lovely big public area around it. Found Emily another coffee. (Two, actually, the first one was 'awful'.) Across the road to meet the bus between the big tower and the Carlton Hotel. Easy. ...
... burial given to their comrades in death". The Commonwealth War Graves Commission is responsible for the maintenance of graves and memorials is some 150 countries which commemorate around 1 700 000 members of the Commonwealth forces who died in the two world wars. Graves are marked with names, when known whilst others tell of 'known only to God'. One Australian tombstone read: 4976 Private R T Barbour 23rd Bn Australian INF 10th January 1917 Age 38 - Duty ...
... secret of what the purpose of the raid really was. If the germans knew that was the goal they may have made it harder to get a machine or changed it....so..to sum up...a lot of our troops were killed...and the rest captured....but it was not for a stupid reason at least..it was a reason that was worth the effort. As the codes were very important to crack...Fleming was there to meet the Sargent in charge of the snatch team to get the goodies and steam back to England ...
... defending fortresses in the area and was ground zero for the frontline....it was held and lost to the Germans....in a rather bad way. Seems the French officers were complaining about how many mem were in these forts when they were needed on the lines....so they pulled out most of them....there were thousands in there....and left a small garrison the defend it with no orders. This place had been pounded to hell with the largest shells the Germans had and ...
Had breakfast then short walk near hotel. Back to hotel to wait for tour guide at 9.30am. Guide's name Colin Gilliard and his 16 yo son Alex was with us. Only Brad and I on tour today so fantastic. Travelled around a number of sites, in the morning we saw Corbie, Somme river, Le Hamel, Red Baron crash site, third division memorial and Albert. In Albert we got to see the Somme underground museum. It was amazing. Lots of war artefacts and displays. The weapons and ...