Hôtel Kyriad Saint-Quentin
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Giverny was outstanding. Jude is a great fan of Monet so to be in the garden where he painted was a privilege. While we didnt get to see the gardens in full bloom there was enough to make a lasting impression. Having been there you can understand why he found little need to leave Giverny.
From there we quickly drove north to the Somme to see the war graves and Museums. We ...
... his Johan impersonation 'two questions: who pressed the red button? And who wants a twix?' So I got to have a really really good laugh which was great.
Another late night so will have to see if this is going to keep up. Good much better today however. Really enjoyed my subway!
My day was then abruptly ruined when we got to the hotel at 11:00, to be told we had to wake up at 5:45 the next day. Couldn't access wifi either.
... us clear of all the busy traffic. Either side of Reims there were sections where we climbed up into the hillsides which were swathed with vineyards. The vineyards were a hive of activity with workers' heads stuck up above the vines all over the place! Most of the grapes had been harvested and at least some of the activity was to harvest the remainder.
The final section to Laon meandered about through undulating, mostly wooded countryside.
160km clocked for the ...
Departed Cantebury and set off for Dover. Our European adventure starts!
A calm, uneventful crossing and an easy drive to our first overnight stop in France, in Boiry Notre Dame. Arrived mid-afternoon – an acceptable site but clearly a "transit" location for Calais bound tourists. All the locations were grass and the reception apologised for ...
Had an emotional unexpected stop as we chanced upon a world war one British military cemetery at seraucourt near our campsite destination. There were almost 1400 graves of mainly unidentified soldiers, with some beautiful and moving inscriptions of identified soldiers from all over Britain most losing their lives aged under 20. Seeing the sheer volume of loss of life in what was only one small part of the great war brings ...