Hotel Campanile Amiens Glisy
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... Next I went to the Musee de Picardie which was talked up a lot online but was not what I expected. For one thing, it was actually a normal size. It was shocking to have only three floors and a normal museum sized building. Even though I was surprised, I wasn’t disappointed. The really neat part is that I had the place pretty much to myself (pic 8) and there were some items that were really fun to look at. Having been spoiled for painters lately, I skimmed ...
... everywhere. The French people in all the towns acknowledge what The Commonwealth Countries and America did to liberate them and are forever grateful. Ten millions soldiers were killed or missing during World War 1. We have only two more days left of this part of our holiday. Tomorrow we go to Villers Bretonneux( The town Australia liberated) where we have a Memorial and where on every Anzac Day we see the service broadcasted. Then we go to ...
... them forever.
We had some time for relaxation before heading to Le 31, situated on the banks of the Seine. The food was absolutely delicious, consisting of three courses (quiche, chicken and chocolate brownie).
Time for bed.
I would like to thank all the teachers involved Ms. Fong, Ms. Watts, Ms. Collins, Ms. Sullivan and Mr. Neale as well as Captain Picard, Elisabetta and Pete for an unforgettable and truly touching day.
Mr. Hollis Signing Off
... 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 ...
... us in the direction of a little bar just across the square. We were just about the only customers on a little nostalgia trip - the bar was straight out of the 1980s.....incredibly French, with an owner managing the drinks, his wife in the kitchen, and their daughter taking orders and serving the food!
We have woken up to thunder and lightning, but it has cleared somewhat now, and we are off to Amiens, and perhaps some WW1 battlefields!