Hotel Doux Repos
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... no wind. Not bad. Stopped for soup at Rochefort. More road works and pavements being replaced. Good soup and back on the road, this time taking the road less travelled. Obscure roads through tiny villages veering across the countryside.
Unfortunately, the weather deteriorated as the afternoon progressed. Drove through persistent rain to the small hamlet of Cartigny. Think ...
... risk it. Thus she got my yummy soup and i got her ceaser salad.
After lunch we went and drank some more beer. Next was another dark beer, this also came with cheese flavored by feeding the cows the discarded wheat, malt and hops. It was great.
The next beer we got was a blond. This was nice but not as flavorsome as dark beers.
Once we had this beer we were basically ready to head back.
We caught the taxi ...
Left for belgium this morning. Just entered the french speaking country and I read about some caves in liege, belgium that I will try to find. And then onto brussels.. an intereting thing in europe is all the public bathrooms cost money to use... here are some pictures of the roads. The sign that looks like a ghost busters sign means theres no speed ...
... evening. We ended up being stranded in a town in the middle of Nowhere, Germany and ended up staying the night in an odd little inn. We got up early the next morning to catch a 6:30am train and were back on our way. After a full 24 hours of traveling, we finally reached our hostel and were able to check in to our rooms at long last. It was a total fluke of a stop and although we never intended to, we added a pin in our map somewhere in northern Germany.
... want to go to the Somme is to see Beaumont Hamel....sorry history lesson time for those not in the know.
Newfoundland was not part of Canada during WWI and was a protectorate of Briton as such it got to fight too....well Beaumont Hamel is a very important place for Newfoundland as it is distinguished as their first battle in France and the bloodiest....lets see....I'll use rounded numbers...about 800 of the Newfoundland Regiment started the attack...and when ...