Hostellerie le Chene Dore
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... br> Our final visit was to the Australian War Memorial at Villers Bretonneux.
It was a cold day with light rain, however none of us felt able to complain about our minimal discomfort when you thought what the soldiers must have ensured living in absolute hell. There was no warm car waiting for them to hop into or a quick trip to a coffee shop to have a ...
... autumn leaves, and the roads – narrow and untraveled – were covered in a carpet of yellow and orange). We drove to the top of one of the hills, where we could look down on the chateau 2km away.
By now, it was lunch time. We found a bistro near the center of town and had a good lunch. After the meal, we toured the Compiegne chateau. Most of the décor date to the first and ...
... the World's Best Sommelier) and indeed his selection is excellent, a fresh and fruity Beaujolais that goes with any meal, goes even better when drunk in a motorhome, on holiday and in France in the Somme by one of the biggest beaches I have seen. So a great Beaujolais, a great aire and a superb beach before we head to Calais to see the vet again for ...
... seat; possibly because the guide did not speak English and was at the stern. The place from where we departed was very picturesque and it was no less so for the rest of the 45 minutes we were on this little craft. A myriad of canals wind in and out of reclaimed land, all of which is under cultivation or has gardens and little holiday houses built on it. The scene was beautiful as the photos should ...
... 8221; to Amiens and right in the middle of a large square, there were kids body surfing and swimming at the “beach” while parents lounged in beach chairs on sand. We continued on past the Hotel de Ville where there were elaborate planters done up with mostly vegetables – beets, beans, artichokes and so forth. They also had larger than life wooden bees, ants and dragonflies in some of the planters. Our final stop for the day was Jules Verne’s ...