Citotel - Royhotel
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... Terres de Memoire' van arrived and Sylvester introduced himself to us. Lovely man. Great fun. Turns out it is his own business.... Greg, Leanne, Meagan. And I have been emailing his wife, Estelle. Eight of us in the minivan. All Australians, a couple, a husband and wife and 2 young girls about 8 and 10... Lovely family. The girls were brilliant. And Emily and I. Drove out of Amiens, straight to the Villers-Breonneux Memorial. Breathtaking....and HUGE. When I was here last year, a ...
... Flanders 1916 - 1918 and of eleven thousand who fell in France and have no known grave.'
Paul, our wonderful guide had one more stop planned. Following a day of visiting memorials, monuments and cemeteries, he felt it was important to end the tour with a 'good news' visit with a visit to the little school in Villers Bretonneux. This school building was a gift of the school children of Victoria as proof of their love and good will towards France. ...
... time to explore. Its something from the outside and even more in the inside..lil history lesson time. Amiens is in the Somme and very close to the major battle fields...so was a war city for a big part of WWI and was pounded by shelling quite a bit. You cant tell though....anyhoo...inside the Cathedral is pretty spectacular to say the least....and to top it off....they have a chunk of John the Baptists face, yup...his face, as a relic. I am not Catholic....and have ...
... win....nice huh. Also by putting massive resources into there and the Somme...this limited how many reserves the Germans had to react to other offensives...such as Paschendale, and Vimy. Old school tactics but now everybody had machine guns...we are talking massive slaughter sadly. Verdun was also a very important place for the French and was to be guarded with religious fervor and they would not let it fall under any circumstances.
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... of one way streets which just didn't work well for John. he stumbled apron Carol and Richard's hotel ( with a little help from the middle row) and we bid farewell (and super excited that we finally have friends in Sydney)
John set out for his final challenge... finding our hotel... David and he came up with a number of plans to correct the obviously (lol) incorrect navman which was showing our hotel as 60m away before those in the middle row ...