Arras Golf Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Arras
... so I could easily figure out where I was.
The only people who speak English here are Museum personnel so I’ve had to be a little bit bolder and try my hand at French. I’m starting to understand more when I read stuff but I just can’t catch on when people speak. It’s frustrating. I am very proud of myself though for going out to a sit down dinner tonight though. The last time I did I felt so dumb I’ve ...
... the two huge squares are lined with charming Dutch swan neck houses. The houses are the typical Dutch town houses tall and narrow. The ground floor and basements were shops and cafes with residential accommodation above. We had our last lovely meal in France on one of the squares this evening. As we walked back it was 2C and there was a strong north east wind blowing, the summer is really over, time to head home.
... Ridge. It turns out she is our guide and lies by us. The bus is late she says as the people being picked up before us are not ready. Our guides name is Nicola and she is from north of Liverpool. She has a very nice accent much like Coronation Street, Ann thinks.
Nicola hoping to become a tour guide at places like the Louvre. She is very knowledgeable about history of both WWI and WWII. The bus finally comes and picks us up and there are six people on it. They are a ...
... man's-land. You clearly come to understand how the Germans (in a defensive position) had the upper hand and greater protection for their communication and reserve trenches. Beaumont-Hamel tells a tale of woe (largely impart to some poorly timed explosions (subterranean mines) among other things); and while I was familiar with "the danger tree," seeing how close its petrified remains were to the trenches those boys from Newfoundland poured out of, was quite ...
... catch up over dinner that night in a local restaurant, Marie (my Dad’s Sister) and Jim have lived there about 23 years. So it was lovely to hear them chatter away to the host at the restaurant in fluent French! They also speak Flemish – spoken in Flanders in North Belgium. They are a wonderful source of information, guiding us on where best to visit while in these part of Europe. So we have our rip sorted now! Thanks ...