Hotel de la Paix
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel de la Paix Albert
So far, so good. Just checked in and all looks fine.
Quick update....bed comfy, shower great and dinner fabulous
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Travel Blogs from Albert
... which we rode along for about 25 km. Although this would add 4 or 5 km to our trip, it was just beautiful with little summer cabins, fishing and swimming platforms, and picnic areas. The path was excellent to, although gravelly it was hard packed and smooth. There were quite a few other riders, and being a beautiful day, people having picnics, swimming, fishing etc. Although today was our warmest day, about 25 degrees, each day has been clear and sunny, though the wind has ...
... made us welcome and showed us around the garlic business, their yard and sheds were a collection of artefacts, animals and farm equipment. We went to the canal to meet the boat, and drink a beer, only to find out after 45 mins that the barge had not got very far along the canal due to traffic in the locks so we would have to ride back to meet them - it turned out to be another 17kms, but a least the sun was shining and the wind was behind ...
... 8211; shops generally smaller and more specialised. Not much was purchased, so we then went on to an afternoon tea at the Patisserie Thibaut (again) for a couple of raspberry charlottes (we think we might need to learn to make these ourselves) and some hot drinks.
On our way back to the hotel we went into the town hall for a look and found some statues of giants, which are an important part of ...
... that were used similar to those of the quarry. We got to see some interesting pieces found on the site such including petrol cans that were used for water as well as petrol: Because it was so dark down in the tunnels it was hard to distinguish them one from the other: Many soldiers would have taken q drink fro, the gas can. As well we saw an interesting item called a man trap which was invented by the Swiss, sold to both sides...designed ...
... and towering tall above the surrounding hills and adorned by some great statues.
Headed west along fairly main roads to Boulogne-sur-Mer, which is on the Channel coast of France. Found our way to the Boulogne Eastern Cemetery, which has over 5000 Commonwealth soldier graves in it, 370 of which are Australian. Charles Stephens Lewis, another of Ron’s grand uncles, lies amongst them. ...