Hotel Inn Design Amiens
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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... School which Australia rebuilt. It is a fully functional school with a big sign "Do Not Forget Australia". It was very cute as we walked through the playground to be greeted by little people with a very spontaneous "Allo".
The extent of the Battles is huge. At one point as we stopped at the Memorial to the first Tank Battle , our guide went in to the ploughed field for a few minutes, returned and gave each of us a spent bullet she had just found.
At another cemetery ...
... when we got there and it was obvious something had been going on. Rubbish was piled knee high beside the road, and broken glass and beer cans were strewn all around. The crowds seemed to be thinning but we headed in the direction of the music, wondering if we were too late to view whatever spectacle had caused such a mess. It wasn't difficult to find the parade. The music was belting out of huge speakers piled to the roof in the back of semi trailers. You could feel the music ...
... through various towns along the way. And a significant amount of roadworks kept slowing us down even further, so by the time we approached the outskirts of London it was 7:30 and we had been on the road for 8 1/2 hours, and we weren't there yet. I can't accurately describe the last few kilometres toward our hosts place in East London, other than to say at no stage did I have any idea where we were, if we were close or even if we were in the right city. I just ...
... The timber floor and parapets in the School hall were all shipped from Australia, and on each parapet there were wood carvings measuring about 50 cm x 30 cm of Australian animals, Done by and Australian artist, and the students of Daylesford secondary school. Amazing. The Museum had fantastic photos of Australian soldiers, repairing buildings, digging trenches etc. nothing much has changed, there was often only one person working while 3 or 4 stood and watched. There were ...
... memorial.... Importantly, they were not forgotten in this cemetery.... I saw many cemeteries in the fields in the distance on this trip and you can tell that no one goes to visit them as they are off the main highways....except the grounds keepers...that is sad. This one...it definitely has seen a lot of attention and respect. Made me feel a bit better about it all but sheesh.....takes the wind out of you. I ended up sitting on the memorial bench for a ...