Hotel Royal Picardie
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... which meant you had to kind of half open it and squeeze around to get in the shower. The toilet was actually outside off of a little courtyard cuz there was no room anywhere else. I mention all this because I was very kind to myself and got my own room for my one night here and it is HUGE!! The whole room I was in with 5 other girls in Paris would fit into the main room I have now. That’s not even counting the bathroom and shower. It’s the little ...
Yesterday evening after our golf we went with our friends to a memorable cafe by foot. The path led us directly behind their house in to deep, extensive beech forest. As the leaves are all turning it was a lovely walk. We emerged from the forest to a view point over looking Ramstein village, the military base and a across the valley to more forest on the other side. During our long 800km drive the day before we ...
This morning we had an early start for an important visit to the Somme battlefields. It was here that ANZAC troops fought in World War I. It was one of the largest battles of World War I, in which more than 1,000,000 men were wounded or killed, making it one of the bloodiest battles in human history. Our guide took us to Villers–Bretonneux Australian National Memorial, a World War Imemorial, located near the ...
... pelt down and a funny little man allowed us to eat our lunch in his even stranger little cafe where he made 14 cups of coffee, one at a time. A quite different experience. From here we travelled to the Anglo-French Cemetery where in two facing plots lie 300 French and 300 British Empire soldiers,symbolizing the Anglo-French alliance of the First World War. Then we drove to the Thiepval Memorial to the Fallen where on ...
... so we dig out our ponchos and set off again. Raining quite hard, not good when you wear glasses, all we see are fields and cows - fed up with that smell. Go through lots of little villages but no sign of a cafe or even a tabac where we could stop. Around midday the rain finally stops and we can take off the pesky ponchos - still nowhere to eat, lucky we bought the chocolate and especially the Red Bull. Suddenly on the road approaching Albert we see a gold statue glinting ...