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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I know when I posted about traveling to Paris I said it was nice to be going to a big city. Well, today it was nice to be going to a small city. I'm over all the people, the noise, the lack of space. I think Medford may have ruined me for the downtown city life.
Today was a slow day which was nice. I still did 9 miles and my heel feels like a hot poker is being shoved into it but I still had a really nice day. I feel like ...
... by how extensive the forests in Germany are, about 800km judging by our view from the motorway, only broken by our repeated crossings of the Danube. We both agreed that we need another trip to this area to explore it further; watch this space.
To navigate we use a Garmin Sat Nav and Pocket Earth, to check on the Sat Nav. Recently the Garmin Satnav has become bizarre, it would take us on the strangest routes if ...
... the bathrooms so disgusting I can't even begin to describe them to you.
It gave a false impression of the lovely Lille, which once out of the Gare Station, was much more pleasant. The begging however continued down the main streets into the square, with little kids being sent out by their mothers to beg for money – some as young as 3 years of age.
I would have loved to have arrived in Lille during the evening, ...
... Flag patch.
We next visited a French Cemetary where 70,000 soldiers are buried! We then walked one of the few preserved WWI battlefields where the closeness of the trenches was amazing - less than 25 yards apart! Later we visited a German Cemetary because Andre wanted to show me headstones of German Jews who ...
... in the trees, the dew on the green grass glowed in the morning sun and two white marble pillars stand proudly erect in honour of the once blood-stained killing fields they inhabit. We walked around the site, chatting to a Canadian guide who informed us of the recent anniversary of Canada's victory there - a pinnacle of the allies' victory in the World War. The land was generously given to Canada by France to honour the events ...