Hotel Campanile Amiens Glisy
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the P&O Spirit of Britain ferry. Ummmmm Manly Ferry is but a mosquito on the Dover to Calais ferries. Unbelievable what they can fit on these ferries. It is like a luxury liner but with cars and trucks and stuff. We picked the perfect day to see the White Cliffs of Dover behind us and the weather was calm and glorious. It was approximately an hour and a half journey but to be honest, I was shocked when we hit France shores. ...
... 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 ...
... some of the muskrats weigh up to 3 kg!
There is no electricity or potable water so there aren’t any full time residents. Owners of the parcels of land are responsible for maintaining their banks, which constantly require maintenance due to erosion. As a result of all the upkeep required, land ownership has been dwindling and this is clearly a concern. A portion of the waterways are public but usually the land ownership comes with ownership of ...
... time we had visited a war cemetery in search of a particular person and Rob had even provided a little history about him. We located the grave without difficulty and took a couple of photos of the grave marker and the cemetery in general. It was saddening to learn that Alexander had only been 28 when he was killed in the Battle of the Somme, dying in his brother’s arms. We were the only ones at that particular cemetery and we soon headed back ...