Campanile Saint Quentin
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... is in the far distance, probably not even visible, in the gap between the avenue of trees.
There is something about this road which makes me think, it must have originally been laid out by the Romans, as it goes straight as an arrow ...
... Villers-Bretonneux, in the Somme department of France. The memorial lists 10,773 names of soldiers of the Australian Imperial Force with no known grave who were killed between 1916, when Australian forces arrived in France and Belgium, and the end of the war. The location was chosen to commemorate the role played by Australian soldiers in the Second Battle of Villers-Bretonneux. The memorial also serves as the ...
... to stack the car with a last few cases of wine from Majestic and hope that the tyres and suspension held out.
Eurotunnel procedure and crossing was as smooth as ever and after another 4 hours, we were back home at last.
Just a last mention for the trusty Golf. 4600 miles, a mystery bumper attack by an Italian, lost rear bumper ...
... water filter for example. Or 12 sets of knives and forks as another. And five bags of toiletries definitely a no no.
The following day we crossed over to France and our spirits lifted almost immediately. For starters I could understand people. And secondly, and probably more importantly, it's the land of the baguette.
We are in Picardie - surrounded by memorials of all the fallen soldiers during battle of the Sommes.
... roasted potatoes that were basted in the juices of cooking rotisserie chickens above. I spotted a patisserie where people were lining up down the street and joined the queue. It was awesome! I bought us some quiche and pastries for lunch later and bought some really cute profiterole type pastries… YUM!
With our tummies full we headed off in search of the Parisian Catacombs excited to see what lay beneath our feet. Unfortunately this was the day that there was a line. ...