Hotel Campanile Amiens Glisy
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the day Made it to Paris but not before finding that the iPAD had given up the ghost again. Made our way to the Apple store and got it fixed with no apparent loss of content, but it may appear a bit different I suspect. The store was in a region called Opera, the home of the Parisian Opera House, Time dictated that we leave it for another ...
The first few weeks in Amiens had some wet days when it was not really possible to do much outside the house. So I bought a jigsaw of a very famous Vermeer painting, The Artist's Studio. Whilst doing it I reflected often on the genius of Vermeer and the example of his work in front of me. There is still a long way to go in my real education: I need and want to learn more. The photo does not do it ...
... both busy, she in the chateau and he in the garden so we followed their directions. Denise believes that it was more beautiful than any of the gardens we had seen so it was a matter of our having the best as our last visit. I found it easy to agree with Denise on this and I hope the photos do it justice. On the way home we ignored the GPS and took a country road towards Amiens. It was a very quiet and picturesque route that put a nice finish to our holiday in ...
... from Belgium, Graham and Aileen from NZ as well as Ron, Robin and us. Whilst we were spending a very pleasant two hours with these very happy friendly people both of us were separately thinking about this lifestyle. There is a lot going for it and not much against it. The photo should demonstrate what we mean about an enjoyable time ...
... along a magnificent back road and you come over a hill and there in front of you is a war cemetery with thousands of head stones of the dead. These villages are generally only five kilometres apart and with so many war cemeteries along the Poppy trail the magnitude of the death and destruction of WW1 hits home.
Anyone with an interest in Australian history should make a point of visiting Amiens and the surrounding areas in order to pay respect to those who went before ...