Holiday Inn Express Arras
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Long day today. We were up early for breakfast - Josh had his first taste of an authentic croissant. Melt in your mouth. Let's just say he (we:)) could not stop at just one!! We were on the road by 8:30. Our first stop was to a Great War museum in Péronne. This museum presented 'their story' and presented their military artifacts in way that I …
... and no sign of Gilly. So I returned to the hotel car park to see that he had gone. We thought that he might wait down the road for us. But on the 10 minute ride to the ferry terminal there was no sign of him. When we reached passport control we stopped and contacted him. He had gone through and was waiting for us near the ticket booth.
After giving him a round of 'proverbial's', we continued through the ticket booths. We obviously picked ...
... Train was cool but we were travelling backward the whole time. I guess I'd have to travel from Arras to Paris to go forward. The countryside was picturesque. So pretty here. Green fields and old country houses, just like you see when watching the Tour de France. Got a few happy snaps. I couldn't check into my BnB until 6 (its a home stay I found on Air BNB) so once I arrived I had about 7 hours to kill. I thought I could store my luggage at the train station, ...
We were given the most amazing French breakfast of delicious yoghurts, fresh fruit, croissants and chocolate pastries, cake, baguettes and serval home made jams.
We went to Le Quesnoy because of a children’s book of this title written by NZer Glynn Harper about 3 years ago. Will’ s class at the time reenacted the story of the small French town saved by a NZ regiment from the Germans in WW!. Dring this time we discovered ...
We were able to enter the Wellington Quarries in the small French town of Arras today. 24,000 British troops waited in these underground caves before emerging on April 9 1917 to take the Germans by surprise. The quarries were originally medieval quarries rediscovered by the Allies during World War One and expand on and linked together by the ...