Hotel du Pasino
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... 8217;s Grt, grt, grt Uncle William had been a stretcher bearer in the NZ regiment that saved the town. We walked around and found the memorial to the NZers who had distracted the Germans by creating lots of smoke and they launched a surprise attack by climbing up a ladder they constructed to get them up the wall. It was a hot day and everyone was tired.
We spent the afternoon in a big shopping mall buying some new clothes!
... kindly let us use their washing machine so we had clothes to wear the next day! Their house was set in a beautiful English country garden they had developed form a paddock over the last 30 years. Mike and I slept down stairs and the 3 children were in beds up stairs with a sloped roof and skylight. There were photos of their travels all over the walls and they were keen for us to help them plan their trip to NZ.
... the years.
Upon returning to Arras, we bid adieu to our wonderful host and went to catch our train to PARIS! We have arrived safe and sound, it took less than an hour to get there. We found the metro, we're saved by a metro worker when a man approached us trying to be a little too helpful, and made it to our hotel. We are staying in the 8th arrondissement and are taking an early night to restore for the new adventures here in good ol' Paris! Bonne soiree! ...
... weather was bitterly cold, but we walked around the monument and took a variety of individual and group photos. It is tough not to reflect at a site such as this and I was very impressed with the somber manner with which our students approached the site. I took a couple of photographs of Tyler standing by the name of a dead soldier named "T.F. Doyle". As an English teacher I certainly appreciate the monuments use of symbolic and allegorical images (though I needed the tour centre ...
... reading glasses for 10 euro. Of course!! I had bought them only hours earlier! We made it to Amiens and it was definitely worth the drive. The grounds, surrounded by a moat were filled with young people sitting on the grass enjoying the evening making noise while around the corner, in the square at the entrance, the full power and majesty could be felt. It was almost empty, so in a way I am glad we came when we did, just a few people on benches taking in the ...