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Travel Blogs from Roye
I swear we are stay at a Bed and Breakfast right out of the movie, Under the Tuscan Sun. There is nothing quite as beautiful as this place. I can see why people fall in love with small villages and the people in this area. Paris has a very big city, small spaces, no room, people in a hurry feel. In Bayeux and the surrounding cities the pace is slower, the people are nicer, and it ...
... ages last time to find a good breakfast, easy this time
- Things on the road / in the car like....camion (trucks), bouchon (traffic jam), heated leather seats (great after walking in the cold), diesel is much cheaper off the major roads...
- Sandy's French and how much it helps. In the hotel we are staying at in Albert, the owner (Jean Luc) has been very friendly and helpful to us....but the English couple staying here said he had been abrupt...and he ...
A very busy day spent around WW1 memorials / museums / cemeteries ...fascinating.
Hard to not to feel the emotion of the area but also hard not to feel the futility of it all. Thousands upon thousands perished over a small area of land...madness really. A frightening start was that at the current rate of clearing unexploded bombs, it will take another 700 years for the Somme area to be safe!
We saw ...
... of a matching pair and kept 50 euro from our bond. She did say that she was sure it would be less than that and would refund the difference. Next hurdle was a drive through the old part of town. You can see from the photo that we were on a fairly narrow street but Sandy really wanted to go down that narrower part, I went down and then realised that it came to a tight T junction (no real room to swing right to turn left)...and a truck ...
... and a neat looking memorial. Thiepval - a British and French memorial and CEMETERY. The Ulster tower - a Irish memorial no cemetery. The Beaumont-Hamel Newfoundland memorial - really cool with restored trenches. We were talking to a University student on a veterans affairs work term where students work at canadian cemeteries. Her name is Maude Laboutillier Shaughnessy, a relative of ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking