Hotel Campanile Amiens Glisy
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... checked in, and rested a few minutes.
Then we went out to enjoy the Christmas market. This market had several tableau, including a penguin architect learning how to build an igloo, and a Village de Pere Noel (dubbed a "Selfie Zone"). Paul had a tasty crepe-like meal with mushrooms and cheese, then we shared a massive beignet, filled with Nutella. Nummers. Then back to the hotel to relax and ...
... We were having such a good time that I doubt she'd have left for hours had her husband not arrived home.
Following one of those abstract conversations, Dominique offered me her (very) french market basket. Initially I declined, but then the temptation was too much and I accepted. Heaven only knows how I'm going to get it home.
Finished off the last of that bottle and the one already in the fridge.
A desperately needed haircut. The hairdresser didn't speak any english, so pantomime and pointing saved the day. Attended on the spot plus she resisted giving me a brush cut that other hairdressers have found necessary, so left with a smile.
Have a list of names and locations for Lyn's soldiers, so zig-zagging across the countryside to find them. Everywhere you go ...
... annual for the “most beautiful banks”.
Our boat ride lasted about 45 minutes and we were soon walking towards the Amiens cathedral, begun in 1221 and deemed a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1981. We entered the largest Gothic cathedral in France (at 145m long). The soaring Gothic arches reach 42m high over the transept and are beautifully crafted. We especially liked the gargoyles, each with different poses. As we entered the cathedral, we saw ...
... From Albert, we went to Beaumont-Hamel, which is memorial to the Royal Newfoundland regiment, and a very well preserved battlefield. As we approached the area, we noticed a large roped-off area, pockmarked like a lunar landscape and very similar to what we had seen at Verdun.
We were just in time for a guided tour which out of pure coincidence included six other Canadians. The tour through the battlefield lasted about forty minutes, which ...