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Travel Blogs from Rue
... perform today in the town square but the rain puts an end to that! Our quintet go and play at a wedding for someone connected to the band and the rest of us have a rehearsal.
Today we had a joint concert with the Amiens brass band and we are all wearing special t-shirts to mark the occasion. We have another concert with them the next day so we rehearse that music with them as well.
The concert goes well. The Amiens band kicks things of with ... I still call Australia ...
... land - and was very open with a large expanse of grass between the graves and the monument. It is in front of the monument where they hold the dawn service each Anzac Day.
On the wall there are the names of more than 10,700 Australians who died in France and have 'no known grave'. We climbed the tower and although it was a very hazy day could see a number of the villages amidst the fields that have just been ploughed and many planted with potatoes and some with corn. ...