Hotel le Cardinal
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... th century ,but unlike most other towns the walls that were constructed around the cities is still in good condition and the town centre is protected from bad weather and is much quieter from the road noise which is outside the wall. This town is very old and steeps with history. We went on a walking tour of the town and later enjoyed looking at the market place and Window ...
... from the ravages of the Hundred Years' War and the "Black death". Within the wall, the city developed a style that has been preserved through the village. We walked through this wonderful village, only 4000 people live here, all streets lead to the too of the mountain where when you reach to top a most magnificent view is there to meet you. A most picturesque ,cobblestones beautiful area, This village is very quite only 3 shops. A ...
... 72,195 missing British and South African men, who died in the Battles of the Somme of the First World War between 1915 and 1918, with no known grave. It is near the village of Thiepval, Picardy in France. A visitors' centre opened in 2004.
The Memorial was built approximately 200 metres to the south-east of the former Thiepval Château, which was located on lower ground, by the side of Thiepval Wood. The grounds of the original château were not chosen ...
... were nowhere near last night’s so with kids off to bed a more comfortable night should await.
Wednesday 8th July – Well today started with a similar theme of a restless night sleep due to the heat but with packing to be done the alarm was set for 8am. With breakfast completed it was time to get the car packed again and while Tony was doing this Toni went over and supervised the kids having a swim. With the keys dropped in the letter box and ...
... Another painting near the same time period (1886) was by Albert Fourie called Un Repas de Noces a Yport. It was a charming scene of people at a wedding dinner. The third one was a sweeping scene in ancient Rome painted much earlier. We spent a lot of time in the courtyard thoroughly enjoying the atmosphere and the paintings.
The last thing we did was visit the Impressionists in the permanent collection. There were paintings by Monet and ...