BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Alize
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To Vimy Ridge, north of Arras, Hill 145, where the Canadian Monument and several cemeteries are located as part of the Vimy Ridge National Historic Site of Canada. The only other historic site outside Canada is Beaumont-Hamel.
A different style of monument, where two towering pylons of limestone are carved with allegorical figures from greek mythology. Maple leaves on one tower, the fleur-de-lys on its twin, symbolic of ...
... for a lock, was a coot sitting on a bit of floating plastic, flapped it wings so the plastic moved along. It was like it was surfing!
We changed flags as we crossed the border with John whistling the Europe national anthem! The only way you could tell the border is the trees changed styles.
At our final lock which we shared for the first time today, with 2 other cruisers, Isi got soaked getting into it as it had a guillotine gate raised up, so ...
... we refereed to as Uncle Uncle Uncle for the remainder of the trip) and track his journey from when he arrived to when he died. John was also able to point me in the direction of the 50 page file on NN which I can obtain and will use to put together a book about him for my Uncle Ian. NN was in the 37th battalion and arrived in Belguim and saw immediate action in mid 1916. In what could only be classed as one of those amazingly serendipitous occasions, ...
... In just three months the NZ'ers dug 8km of tunnels connecting previously forgotten chalk quarries under Arras. In the tunnels we got a fantastic guided tour alongside audio/visual displays which gave a very real account of life in the tunnels. On the walls were carvings left by the kiwis such as cavemen-like pictures and New Zealand words such as "Waitomo". The tour was then followed by a rousing haka outside by the memorial for the ...
... more of the war stuff. Dad accompanied me even though the war was never a big interest of his. We parked in the town and went to a couple bookstores, where I bought some books. We also went to a pub recommended by Aunty J and ordered the daily special; this day it was lamb stew, scallopped potatoes and a hearty soup. Very rich, very filling and very good. These were washed down with a couple pintje. Dad had been fighting a cold ...