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... at a tomb of an unknown soldier, leaving our prayers and commemoration for those who made the ultimate sacrifice.
At the town of Villiers-Bretonneux we visited the Victoria School, a school built by fund raised by students in Victoria after the complete annihilation of the town during the war. (Many of the towns visited were completely destroyed, being rebuilt by German reparations payments from 1920 onwards). In the school is housed the temporary ...
... the P&O Spirit of Britain ferry. Ummmmm Manly Ferry is but a mosquito on the Dover to Calais ferries. Unbelievable what they can fit on these ferries. It is like a luxury liner but with cars and trucks and stuff. We picked the perfect day to see the White Cliffs of Dover behind us and the weather was calm and glorious. It was approximately an hour and a half journey but to be honest, I was shocked when we hit France shores. ...
... br> Our final visit was to the Australian War Memorial at Villers Bretonneux.
It was a cold day with light rain, however none of us felt able to complain about our minimal discomfort when you thought what the soldiers must have ensured living in absolute hell. There was no warm car waiting for them to hop into or a quick trip to a coffee shop to have a ...
... checked in, and rested a few minutes.
Then we went out to enjoy the Christmas market. This market had several tableau, including a penguin architect learning how to build an igloo, and a Village de Pere Noel (dubbed a "Selfie Zone"). Paul had a tasty crepe-like meal with mushrooms and cheese, then we shared a massive beignet, filled with Nutella. Nummers. Then back to the hotel to relax and ...
... RIDGE THAN ANY OTHER BATTLEFIELD OF THE WAR" Lunch at Albert ( pronounced Albere ). If you read your military history you will know about the cathedral there with the gold dome high on top with a gold Madonna holding up the Child, was bombed and hung down at an angle for part of the war - some say it was a miracle it didn't fall. We had lunch from a little patisserie-boulangerie. Baguette with ham and cheese and an eclair for M and an escargot (raison bread) for D. There's ...