Citotel - Royhotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... nice to be closer to the water.
The tide was out when we arrived, and we saw sheep drinking from the bay (they drink the non- salty river water that comes from the river when the tide is out) and then moving onto the marsh land to eat the salt grasses. They were accompanied by a shepherd and 3 dogs. We are told that the lamb and mutton is naturally salt flavored and really delicious but we never found the opportunity to ...
... a lot in the process. The basic floor print of the cathedral (minus the side chapels) was completed in about 50 years, starting around 1220 to 1270. Rather than cutting each stone on site, as had been done for the early cathedrals in the 1100’s, most of the stones were ordered by size pre-cut at the quarry site, then shipped to Amiens and put in place. The same was true of the various wood parts. That saved a lot ...
... the city from the Germans and are well commemorated in the town with gardens and and a Memorial. The NZeders occupy the same level of esteem from local inhabitants as the Australians at Villers Brettoneaux.
After visiting this city we moved on towards our chosen location for B&B accommodation at Sains du Nord, about 45 minutes South East of Le Quesnoy. Along the way were a number of small tons that would be great ...
... by. How will I ever be able to go back to work! Back to the hotel for some shared chocolate cake Brad had bought at the patisserie in Albert at lunch. I then had a shower, hair washing etc while Brad went back to the Amiens cathedral to use the camcorder to record the light show the camera cut out on last night. I took the time to write today's diary. Brad should be back soon as it is 10.53pm and we are off to Paris tomorrow. Our tenth wedding ...
... Graves Commission on the outskirts of Fromelles in northern France, near the Belgian border. Constructed between 2009 and 2010, it was the first new Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemetery for more than 50 years. The cemetery contains the graves of 250 British and Australian soldiers who died on 19 July 1916 in the Battle of Fromelles. From Pheasant Wood I drive to the Australian Memorial Park and VC Corner Cemetery and ...