Auberge du Bon Fermier
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... of fish). One French family were moving their cruiser to Brussels so the son can use it as a live a board as he is separating from his wife. He has 1 girl and twin boys all under 7.
Before dinner we nipped across to the club house bar to use their WiFi. The beer is good, and
very cold, at a fair price, the WiFi works well and it is air conditioned inside.
Back on ST we were more or less “ship shape” again and ready for our ...
... out over the plain. She is mother Canada, mourning the loss of so many young children. Above her the two pylons representing Canada and France united in their goal at war stretch high off the stepped platform.
As at Juno Beach, the Vimy staff are exceptionally friendly and refreshingly chatty. In addition to tour guide Jeremy, we met Annika from Pictou, Nova Scotia. She's a recent university graduate and is only two weeks into a four month contract ...
We stopped off in Arras to visit the war memorial in town and to locate the name of Robert Smith Bennie. He was born August 18, 1896 in Chatham, Ontario. Prior to joining the Royal Flying Corp on July 4, 1916 he was a school teacher in Leamington, Ontario. He was lost on June 5, 1917 and is remembered on the wall at the Arras Memorial, which commemorates those who have no grave. Robert's name was inscribed on a tall pillar, just as soon as you enter the ...