Hotel Chateau d'Aubry
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We planned an early start this morning, but by the time we had checked the water, oil and tyre pressures(as we have travelled 1000 miles) we also checked MPG, it was only 15 when the fuel pump failed, it is now around 25. thats not bad for Dream Catcher and then been to the supermarket where, Les forgot they drive their supermarket trollies on the other side, and nearly caused an ...
... dating from 1888 to 1919. The canal itself began operations in 1879 and its locks and lifts were able to accommodate vessels of up to 300 tonnes. By the 1960s, this was no longer adequate for the new European standard of 1350 tonnes for barge traffic, and a replacement was sought.
Construction of the lift commenced in 1982 and was not completed until 2002 at an estimated cost of € 160 million (then 6.4 billion ...
... made it, but the legend goes that if you want good luck you must stroke the left hand side of his head for good luck. John did and so we await our fortune!!
The city’s patron saint is Saint George and they have a massive Pageant every year when the Order of St George re-enact the killing of the Dragon when thousands turn out to watch the performance. St Elisabeth’s Church was shabby looking on the outside with an impressive tower, ...
I get up early when Diana's dogs wake up and walk out of the village of Hermies towards the rising sun. There is a war memorial opposite the church for those villagers who died. After a few, there are the words "soldat" or "officier", but it is clear that the great majority were family members. Every single house in the village was flattened by shellfire in the three years that the two armies moved to and fro. It took people 20 years to rebuild, by ...
Got to the hotel (La Clef Deschamps), which actually turned out to be a guest house on a family farm in the middle of nowhere. It was the most relaxing and most serene stay ever. The owner's Alain and Therese Deschamps were the friendliest most accommodating people I have ever met. If you want one of the most relaxing moments of your life we would strongly recommend you go there for your stay. To top it all off she is a Table D'Hote chef and her food is soooo ...