Formule 1 Abbeville

234, route d'Amiens, Abbeville, Picardy, 80100, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 234, route d'Amiens, Abbeville.
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Battlefields of the Somme

A travel blog entry by cindyontour on Sep 04, 2014

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... burial given to their comrades in death". The Commonwealth War Graves Commission is responsible for the maintenance of graves and memorials is some 150 countries which commemorate around 1 700 000 members of the Commonwealth forces who died in the two world wars. Graves are marked with names, when known whilst others tell of 'known only to God'. One Australian tombstone read: 4976 Private R T Barbour 23rd Bn Australian INF 10th January 1917 Age 38 - Duty ...

Where to go today......

A travel blog entry by tyamkovy on Sep 04, 2014

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... it looked pretty disturbing....and I am not sure why it has its own lil display case and is really revered. I think I have seen bits of John in other travels and.....perhaps the dude should have all his bits one place...and give the poor guy a burial.....I dunno....just saying...... Cathedral cool.....took a bunch of picks and always fear the lightening bolt when walking around in em.....and a pub right next too it calling my name. So I ended up sitting ...

The soul can cry tears...

A travel blog entry by begone on Aug 29, 2014

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... Australian war graves near Villers-Bretonneux after seeing where the school pupils from Victoria paid for a new public school to be built after the First World War. I have attached photos of the school hall and play ground - images of Australian flora and fauna adorn the school hall and above the bicycle storage shelter is the sign - Never Forget Australia. what made this more poignant was the fact that the school's current French children raised money to send to Victoria after ...

Day two of the Somme

A travel blog entry by bkmuir on Aug 27, 2014

... coming home with us. We then went to Pozieres which was a significant place for Australian soldiers. Then to the British memorial at Thievpal. From there we then saw Mouquet farm memorial which was another significant feat of the Aussie soldiers. They called it Moo cow farm. Then a short drive to the Australian first division memorial at the windmill site. Very well maintained as all Australian sites seem to be. Saw what the Australians called the ...

Do you know what time cockle pickers start work?

A travel blog entry by chomp on Sep 19, 2012

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Not even 5 O'clock in the morning, that's when!!!
What a cold nights sleep. I was expecting my new ex army (Croatian one that was recommended) sleeping bag to be a bit warmer that that. Woke several times through the night due to being cold, and it wasn't until 3:30 in the morning I remembered my hoddie was in the ruck sack right next to me. Slept like a baby from then until the tractors woke me around 5. I was doing well at ignoring them, but after the fifth ...

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