Hôtel De L'Univers
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... parked but no office. After a bit of mucking around it turns out the office was in the main section of the international railway station where we arrived yesterday. Eventually we find it, they have our reservation and all is good. The Avis lady tries to up sell us to an automatic car with GPS which would have been 17 euro dollars extra per day. Having purchased a GPS on eBay before leaving Oz, we decline. After she checks and allocates us car, we get the ...
... Ridge. It turns out she is our guide and lies by us. The bus is late she says as the people being picked up before us are not ready. Our guides name is Nicola and she is from north of Liverpool. She has a very nice accent much like Coronation Street, Ann thinks.
Nicola hoping to become a tour guide at places like the Louvre. She is very knowledgeable about history of both WWI and WWII. The bus finally comes and picks us up and there are six people on it. They are a ...
... intersection, more than just impressive. This one I have googled already. It symbolised something about four hundred years ago. Tribute to the king or something. Quite a nice looking neighbourhood but not very cozy. Up by the university. Modern France. Perhaps built here at the same time they were building similar **** in Hobart. I don't suppose it's that bad, people have to live somewhere. Hey, my ...
... man's-land. You clearly come to understand how the Germans (in a defensive position) had the upper hand and greater protection for their communication and reserve trenches. Beaumont-Hamel tells a tale of woe (largely impart to some poorly timed explosions (subterranean mines) among other things); and while I was familiar with "the danger tree," seeing how close its petrified remains were to the trenches those boys from Newfoundland poured out of, was quite ...
After this we called in at Vimy Ridge, the Canadian War Memorial to the 11,285 Canadian Soldiers that lost their lives in the First World War. The actual monument is built from a form of Limestone and took 11 years to construct. It is magnificent and a fitting memorial to all those brave men.
After this we made our way to Arras and our hotel for the night which was a Formule 1 Hotel. It was located about 2 miles south-east of ...