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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Train to Ieper/Ypres. On the station, an older couple arrived who turned to us for help. Ha! Anyway, they were Canadian, so we could communicate and confirm that they were on the correct platform. They were heading to Poperinge from where they planned to explore the Ypres Salient on bikes. During the conversation, learnt that not only did she grow up on PEI, but her grandmother came from Newfoundland! ...
The day started well enough MC coffee and a couple of pastries from a shop inferior to the market , Monday am in Amiens is a bit slow. The AVIS office at the station was shut despite its presence on the web site and a sign on the door advertising opening times , we walked up to the main office and picked up a hastily cleaned car and despite my anxieties apropos driving a manual after 2 yrs all was well and we were on our way. We missed the plan A route ...
... Our poppy identification bracelets, each embedded with a computer chip, allowed us to log in and receive stories about people who matched our age, gender, or nationality, as well as detailed information about items on display throughout the museum.
As we wandered through the exhibits, the mood kept sombre by shadowed light and instrumental music, we had many opportunities to learn more about World ...
... day. as you walk to the cemetary there is a metal fence that has lines cut into it to show how many soldiers died here each day. John Lewis Scott my great great uncle was buried in the plot closest to the entrance and beside him was a young man from his battalion who died on the same day. John was 25 when he died and he had already fought in gallipoli, im 25 and I cant imagine what that would have been like. it was very special to travel here and represent my family in honoring ...
... were also dining there at the time. At one point I got chatting with the couple seated next to me, as the guy had a similar Camera to mine. They were from Germany, from the Alsace area near the French border. The wife was very quiet and didn’t chat at all (possibly she didn't speak English).
After dinner I went back to the Hotel to get organized and then headed to the main square to try and find an ATM, and also get some night photos. As I ...