Hotel Alsace Lorraine
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Oh yeah, I was going to talk about space. There just isn’t as much over here. You have a country of 66 million in an area the size of Texas which has 30 million people. It’s no surprise then that things get squished a little. The place I stayed at in Paris was like that. There was a shower the size of a closet. You opened the door of the shower (which was the accordion, folding kind) and there was only five inches between it and ...
... are beautifully maintained. In Albert we visited a museum through a 10 meter deep 250 meter long tunnel dating back to the 13th century and used as an air raid shelter during World War 2. Finally we visited a mine crater at La Boisselle. It is 91 meters in diameter and 21 meters in depth. Exploded by the allies to to blow up the German bunkers. There is about 100klms where the battles of the Somme took place. There are beautifully ...
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 ...
Today we visited a local prehistoric park which features homes and tools and an archaeological dig from prehistoric times. Today the park was featuring Roman reenactors who showed us their skills and talked a lot about how the Romans conquered the area. Of course it was all in French, so the kids and I got about 10 to 20% of what was being said, but it was all very ...
... finally, another train journey would take us into the Picardy region and to the large town of Amiens. Thankfully, it was a short walk of just five minutes from the station to our hotel accommodation.
Now i had known that Amiens was a popular spot for British and Aussie tourists, given the World War I history that connects our countries to the battlefields of France. But I was quite surprised to hear, as we ...