Hotel Inn Design Amiens
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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... day where you can start to empathise with those who fought in July 1916. Also at this site is the memorial for tank crews who operated for the first time during the Battle of the Somme.
Next we travelled to the sites of Le Hamel (Monash's great victory over the German lines, for the first time coordinating tank, air and land attacks) and the First Divison Memorial at Pozieres. It was at Pozieres, where the 1st Australian Division were put into action for the ...
... up on a side road and started leafing (ploughing;-)) though the free camping places book coz the paying places had nothing, to find somewhere to camp tonight and here we are in Conty. We are now settled in for the night in our electricity free, WC free, shower free free camping spot in Conty ready for our next leg which will see us take to the historical D-Day landing sights of WWII. PS, yes Fifi comes with her own toilet and hot ...
This morning was spent visiting the numerous WW1 memorials in the north east of France. We stated in Fromelles where we paid our respects at the recently opened Pheasant Wood Cemetery as well a VC Corner.
We then travelled in the direction of Amiens and stopped at the Notre Dame de Lorette "Ring of Remembrance" memorial and the French Cemetery at ...
... with some from the Ancien Regime. We followed the taped commentary, which was useful, especially as it discussed how the purpose of the rooms changed over the years. We saw Napoleon’s library … which is filled with books brought by Nicholas and Alexandra when they visited in 1901. Go figure. The ball room was attractive – it seems that most of the ballroom date from the time of ...
... After that part of the journey we were then on to discover many other memorials and places significant to this area. We went to another small village of Theipval, which as the largest British memorial in the area. The hardest thing to grasp is the shear quantities of young men, killed in the service of the Empire. How can you ever fathom, 57000 British casualties in ONE DAY! The carnage and sheer volumes of human death is nothing like we would ever know, and we hope that ...