Château De Yonville

Address: Picardy, 80490, France | Hotel
 
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    Yawn

    A travel blog entry by k_thryn on Aug 10, 2015

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    ... line bike path that we were told about. After too many uphills, and some sketchy too-close-to-traffic driving, we found the path and were on our way to the chosen destination, Saint Vaast-d'Équiqueville. We stopped a few times to make sure everyone was together and to snap some pictures. Then we had lunch in Saint Vaast-etc. about an hour and a half or two hours after we left the chateau. Stopping was the biggest mistake as it was incredibly difficult ...

    I could get used to this

    A travel blog entry by k_thryn on Aug 09, 2015

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    ... and pick up some stuff. Then Gen and I decided to get our bathing suits on and sit by the pool. I basically stayed there for the rest of the day. The sun was hot, the pool was amazing, and people even brought food and wine down. It was an incredibly relaxing and lovely day! We had a late dinner due to charcoal problems, but I can assure you it was worth the wait. First course was a lovely salad ...

    Mind blown.

    A travel blog entry by k_thryn on Aug 08, 2015

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    ... brother) and I went for a walk down the road and we eventually came back to join everyone at the pool. We just dangled our feet in and had a nice relaxing time with some champagne. Once everyone decided to go to bed, the young folk went to Mat and Em's (Gen's brother and his fiancé) 'hunting cabin' (which is one of two external buildings with rooms at the chateau) and we all hung out there until retiring to our room for the ...

    Ypres Belgium to Amiens France

    A travel blog entry by haydo on May 27, 2015

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    ... We were able to identify pretty closely where he was killed. These were battles poorly planned "Let's have a go at the Hindenburg Line". Promised tank support was virtually non existent, German barbed wire consisted of 3 rows 9 to 14 metres deep, placed in patterns to funnel the Aussies, so making them easy fodder. My grandfather had just broken through the German wire when hit by a shell, dragged to a crater, and hit again. His body was not recovered. In this area ...

    The soul can cry tears...

    A travel blog entry by begone on Aug 29, 2014

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    ... bush fires a couple of years ago - the money was to be used to build a new school! But what a waste of life! so many young men from so many parts of the globe were slaughtered. It physically hurt to see the numbers - more Australian soldiers died in 3 months of the Somme Offensive than died in the 9 months at Gallipoli. But the one that hurt so much was to see that out of 800 men from Newfoundland only 64 were there for roll call the next day! Australians overall suffered ...

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