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... cobbles for himself the next morning. I declined to rattle my bones and left him to it. And he was gone for hours and hours. He rode nearly all the way to finish line and back and covered 90 km. He said the best part of riding the cobbles is when you get back on smooth road. He also enjoyed a chat with Robbie McEwen and the Jensie at the finish line. In his absence I enjoyed the company of an English couple Paul & Judy from Nottingham who were in the camper next door. ...
... Rothschilds partially restored and opened as a hotel. The left the ruins of the old church and part of the old abbey intact. It is a beautiful setting. We walked all through the grounds and then had a buffet lunch. It was a lovely afternoon. Then we went to a snail farm where they raise snails for escargot. it was interesting but smelly. Tonight we have our farewell dinner and say goodbye to a wonderful adventure.
... both were familiar to Carm and I. None the less, we found the memorial to be as beautiful and thought provoking as usual. It was nice to arrive in a new car park and entry garden and lawn. Gone was the old alight from the bus into the oncoming traffic thrill of previous visits. It was also nice to see the new trees starting to mature. It will only be a few years now until it is once again as beautiful as I remember it on my first visit. Carm and ...
... the Anzac Day celebrations.Wednesday's channel crossing went smoothly, though rainy and cold if you elected to venture onto the decks,.. we did not!! It only takes about 75 minutes to make the crossing so by the time you make your way to the top deck, download email, and organise a coffee,.. you are there. Suddenly you are driving on the 'other' side of the road with roundabouts that travel counter-clockwise,. and all! We struck out for Corbie, the village ...
... heir of the throne) was wounded. There are 226 steps up to the top and the Lion weighs 28 tons. This war and mostly the outcome brought in a long period of peace in Europe.
We next went onto Villers-Bretonneux to visit the Australian War Memorial. The town of Fouilloy is dedicated to the Australian soldiers who halted the advance of the German army in 1918. ...