Comfort Hotel Lille L'Union
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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... the site are off limits due to unexploded ordnance, so grazing sheep are used to keep the grass down.
Guedecourt, Masnieres and Monchy-le-Preux for the Newfoundlander's caribou. The bronze caribou, all identical, always face the direction of the battle. Each in its own well maintained plot, two with adjacent fields, one in the middle of town.
... on the house – it’s HUGE, as are the gardens, and yes, you can see the lawn where Mr Darcy walked after his swim in the lake!
Next day was Hardwick Hall. Elizabeth Hardwick was the daughter of a farmer who, after four marriages, was the richest woman in England, after Queen Elizabeth I. She was responsible for building Chatsworth (home of the future Dukes of Devonshire) and then, when her brother died, she bought the family farm ...
... was about the enormity of the number of soldiers killed during the WW1 and the indelible mark left on the landscape in Belgium and France. It had always pulled at my heart strings and pricked interest and something that has I am proud to say has also rubbed off on Tristan so a pilgrimage was planned. John was also of similar ilk. We are on our way to Tyne Cot but take a side step to a place called Polygon Wood Cemetary just out of Zonnebeke, a ...
... taken place in, back in 1917.
The 3rd and 4th divisons advanced on 12 October with the 3rd attacking Tyne Cot, now the site of a large cemetery, with a small party reaching Passchendaele. Unfortunately they were unable to hold on there and they were pushed back by the German defenders.
The 33rd battalion's commander Lieutenant-Colonel Morshead (later the commanding General at Tobruk in WW2) reported "Things are bloody, very ...
... space to make a purchase. Went to the British Museum of the Somme here. It's all underground in former tunnels and a great introduction for us. Then it was off to Albert where Australians were key players in some of the battles in this area of the Somme. After that we moved on to Pozieres and Beaumont Hamel to view memorials, info stands and the remains of bunkers and trenches. After lunch we visited the Commonwealth War Memorial ...