Hôtel De L'Univers
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... a beautiful painting. I’m just trying to show something here. The one on the bottom by Peter Paul Rubens isn’t even a real painting and yet it shines out as being amazing. It’s actually just a rough draft for a full wall painting he did.
The highlight of the museum for me was a couple of Rodin statues they had on display. The final picture (pic 8) shows the beauty of his work coupled with a gorgeous Monet in the ...
... by how extensive the forests in Germany are, about 800km judging by our view from the motorway, only broken by our repeated crossings of the Danube. We both agreed that we need another trip to this area to explore it further; watch this space.
To navigate we use a Garmin Sat Nav and Pocket Earth, to check on the Sat Nav. Recently the Garmin Satnav has become bizarre, it would take us on the strangest routes if ...
... of the little cafe's or restaurants were open. We had our own apartment so could cook our own dinner, but hadn't bought anything from the super market yet, and they of course were closed also. So, the first restaurant we went to in France was a road side McDonalds! I got a Royale with Cheese, which Simone again didn't find anywhere near as amusing as I did, and we eventually got back to our appartment in Arras (which is quite close to Hamel, but quite some distance from la ...
I had nicknamed this week in Northern Normandy as "World War One Week," and if our trip through Belgium had not made that clear to the kids, today it surely did. Our agenda was simple enough: start at Beaumont-Hamel, travel north to Arras to visit a few smaller cemeteries and pay respects to some relatives, then to meet up with some students and staff from Twin Lakes and ODP at Vimy Ridge.
When we left in the morning we had hoped to get a jump on the ...
... the crowd down some narrow streets, I finally saw the main centre that was hosting the Christmas market.
I instantly loved how the entire market was covered in a red carpet, and it was surrounded by rows of towering, beautiful buildings. I always think it's a good idea for a city to place its Christmas market in one of the more grandiose areas of town. For not being a very large market, they really did have it all here. For the kids ...