Hotel Kyriad Etampes
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... for this purpose. Our last stop of the day was at the Lochnagar crater. This is one of two craters detonated on the first day of the Somme Campaign and is the sole survivor. The other crater was filled in by French farmers eager for more farm land. The crater is huge, being created by the detonation of 27 tons of buried explosive. Spectacular? Yes. Effective? No. 26,000 British troops would perish on that fateful day. We made it back to Amiens ...
The day had come. Paris with its stripes and pastries was calling our name. Finally to be reunited with my one true love, the almond croissant. The day started early, very early. 5:30am early, waking from our GBK burger induced coma we made our way across Earls Court to the tour meeting hotel. 6:45am and we were off, Dover bound then onto France via the ferry. Halfway to Dover I found a new appreciation for the Eurostar, my method of transport to France on ...
... those days, even though they treated the subjects like dogs, it was to be an open reign. I can understand that the birth of a baby by the queen was a public event where there were many peasants (and royalty) present to insure that the baby was truly a boy and there were no switcheroos going on, but the public got to watch the king get up every day and watch he get dressed - same at bedtime, they watched him get into his jammies! Nick told ...
Woke up at 6am, but actually was 7am. France is 1 hour ahead of UK. We went for a walk to a local Boulanger to buy baguettes for breakfast. They are thinner than baguettes we have in Australia, but so lovely to eat fresh. We are in an outer suburb of Paris, not sure of its name yet. But it reminds me of inner Sydney where there are ...
We woke up surprisingly early to have breakfast, (which at our hostel consists of baguettes, jam,hot chocolate, cake, juice and cheese), in order to get to Versailles at a reasonable hour, as recommended by one of the many tour guide books our family has on this trip. In the hostel where we are staying, there is this fantastic man who has four inch platform boots and I had the privilege of seeing him on my way downstairs. ...