Hostellerie le Chene Dore
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... successfully in organic medical marihuana yet moans about having to fly economy. He has lived in France for twenty-five years yet moans about other ethnicities living now in London (despite marrying one.)
He tells us about the French system of subsidies for their farmers who are currently protesting by blocking roads with their enormous machines and stacks of burning tyres. The couple had taken thirteen hours to travel ...
... in four months in one small zone. The town itself was of course leveled.
I’ve visited many museums centered on the First World War, so the uniforms, arms and explanations given were not new to me. However what was new and quite interesting was the recreation of the deep dugouts in which many officers on or near the front lived, in order to have protection from artillery bombardments. They were elaborate tunnels, around ...
... we thought, lots of nice veggies and produce. Nope, it was the other kind of market where all sorts of not so great clothes, shoes, and assorted household materials were on sale at various stalls. Walked around but not interesting.
So we packed up and headed for Amiens, again enjoying the drive through the wonderful countryside, on roads with very few cars on them. Twisted through little villages. We were happy that we had ...
... and spoke to information who confirmed next train at 12.02 and authorised our tickets for that train. Had to walk out of Lille Europe station and about 10 minutes to Lille Flanders train station. Easy enough except for the rain. Caught train at 12.02 from platform 2. Nice scenery from the train. Arrived in Amiens at 1.20pm with every intention of walking to hotel but raining quite heavily. Took a taxi instead to Hotel Mercure Cathedral. Booked into room 303 which has a nice ...
... was heavy for the entire trip even bypassing the cities of Rotterdam and Antwerp. The speed limit on the open highway was 130km/hr which was a bit of stretch for the small car we hired. The trip into Amiens was thru a number of small villages and rural roads. We managed to get to the hotel with only a couple of turns - and one U turn.
Had a stroll down town and retired early.