Hostellerie le Chene Dore
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... on board and you are really wanting to look together and in control and show off what a great thing it is to go barging - you mess up. So, sure enough, trying to avoid the fisherman on the way back Stan got too far over to the right, and then tangled in some willow bushes that were trying to sweep everything off the right side of the boat and it all got sticky and stupid for a little bit.
Then, coming back through Amiens ...
... to contact P&O by phone, email, twitter, carrier pigeon, and shouting into the radio. Their recorded message said that the weather was good at 5 am this morning! Nothing about the blockade. It is not P&O's fault that the port is being blockaded but their customer service is diabolical. Will sleep on what to do tomorrow but started to pack up. Do we take a chance with Calais? Stay until it's all over? Go to Boulogne or ...
... and taking walking trails. This whole ara is covered in forests which appear to have good walking tracks.
Coffee was taken in the town square in a pub that appeared to be the only establishment open on the day. Some hard cases seemed to be propping up the bar and for once, no smoking inside !! Bonus !
We arrived at the B&B - Carpe Dem - in Sains du Nord at about 5:30pm and were met by Didier Demersseman - ...
... amazing as well as the trench art. Some of the things the soldiers were able to craft from shell casings etc during 'downtime' in the trenches was phenomenal. Wish I had enough baggage allowance to bring some back. This wasn't normally part of the tour but we were able to go because it was just the two of us. Lucky! We then had lunch at the fountain across from the Basilica Notre Dame de Brevieres. The golden virgin statue on top is beautiful. Lunch was a ...
... Australian Memorial Park is a World War I memorial, located near Fromelles, France commemorating Australians killed during the Battle of Fromelles. It has a sauté of a medic carring a wounded soldier from no man land. When the wounded solider sang out to the medic and said "don't forget me Cobber" On to VC Corner cemetery and Memorial. The cemetery contains 410 unidentified bodies retrieved from the battlefield after ...