Citotel - Royhotel
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... to plan. We've got a great little Hyundai hatchback to hold our family of five and with GPS built in as an unexpected bonus. Had Dutch panekoeks with Laura at a restaurant in a scenic location near the hostel. Then went for a walk along a waterway. Drove into Utrecht to walk and shop a little. Then returned again for dinner after checking into our ...
... tait un très bon moment à la maison et je suis maintenant prêt pour le rock devient le lieu au Brésil !!
Merci à Thiago , réunis à Perth , je vais répondre à certains autres mecs sympas comme Julian à Sao Paulo qui je vais rester quand je suis là !!
Je vous laisse connecté ici, je vais essayer de mettre quelques photos et de bonnes histoires :)
S'il vous plaît donner des nouvelles !! Les photos sont à venir bientôt!
... present (corrugated metal used as roof shelters) that had actually served in the war.
Just a mile or two further on was Tyne Cot cemetery, just outside Passendale, This is the largest Commonwealth military cemetery in the world. Just fewer than 12,000 men are buried here of which almost 8500 are unnamed. Sometimes by the time bodies could be probably buried it was no longer possible to identify them.
... awestruck by what these men were able to achieve and what the human spirit can endure. When we finished up we realised we had enough time and wanted to be tired so we could go to bed early, to walk the Mont St Quentin battle. We bought some Australian flags at the Thiepval British memorial to the missing of the Somme on the way there. MSQ Is a special place for a lot of Signals members as the Boozer at Simpson barracks is named after Robert Mactier, who won the Victoria Cross there. ...
Yesterday Woke up, had breakfast in this gorgeous big farmhouse, and set off for the day's tour to Chantilly. We had been recommended by a number of people that this was one of the highlights, but initially we were a bit sceptical. Did we want to see yet another chateau and immaculate gardens. It was a longish detour on our return to Amiens but we took the plunge. Glad we did. ...