Le Clos Grincourt
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... t remember who), it’s the second most visited museum in France. After seeing it, survey says: that’s a lie! No way is this place that popular. It’s nothing compared to the places I went to in Paris. Now, maybe it’s the second most visited outside of Paris cuz that would make more sense.
Anyway, I kind of inadvertently went with a Halloween theme today too with my pictures. I found myself going around the museum ...
... no internet, I can't get the name of the song. Which is I'm so used to and got spoiled. This is one thing I'm missing with no internet. - Update: okay I take it back. I had a hunch and opened Shazam app once I had the wifi at the hostel. And voilà, the ******* must've recorded the songs and searched and found the 3 songs I tried to tag earlier. Now that's what I call a beautiful ...
... ground, they must not touch it, and alert staff. There is still many tons of such things in the ground from both World Wars.
A short drive from Vimy Ridge took me to Notre Dame de Lorette, the largest French military cemetery in the world, located on a ridge similar to the one at Vimy. Fighting in this area was intense in 1914 and 15, as expensive in human lives as the hecatomb at Verdun – which is better known. ...
... was not with us however and the rain pelted down at times making the visit a little uncomfortable. But Paul and I made it right up to the tower and Paul went the extra yards and climbed the tower. Having done the climb on a previous visit, I stayed on the ground to record the event.
Villers Bretonneaux is becoming a place of pilgrimage and there would have been about 10 other couples at the Memorial during our visit, all ...
Coinciding with the centenary of the start of WWI, we visited the Australian National Memorial at Villers-Bretonneux (hereafter referred to as V-B). We began with a march up the hill, past the graves to the memorial wall and tower. There, the mayor of V-B welcomed us and Eric Brisse (our French host and the man who made the tour happen) gave a moving speech. There wasn't a dry eye among us. I have reproduced Eric's speech at the end of today's blog. ...