Hotel Chateau d'Aubry
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... work emails. Now, it's time to hop in the shower and go out for a day of fun! I hear fireworks now too. Funny to hear that so early in the AM.
Today, I will have my camera and small video camera (smaller than 3 inches) with me to record life at the biggest flea market in the world. It is a 33 hour marathon of shopping. It goes until 3 PM tomorrow and runs all night. Monday morning I will take the train to Paris.
Goodbye for now! Wendy Sue
... one. There was not a single sign for car rentals until we got well along in the process. We could never have found it on our own. Then on to the office to check in and then on to the ticket line, which moved slowly. I was getting pretty anxious, as it was 20min. to train time by the time we got to the ticket window. But all went well and our journey(s) began. Getting to Bruges by train isn't simple: it requires FOUR, with a total time of almost five ...
... anniversary, the ceremony will be limited to 10,000 people and will be by ticket only. There were perhaps 2000 people there this year. I see why they need to limit the attendance. These are very small country roads, the villages are tiny and most have no restaurants or stores. I can’t quite imagine how they are going to manage even 10,000 people in that area - and I’m very glad we went this year!
Leaving Thiepval we got a ...
... Strepy is a lift of 72 meters and the highest in the world replacing the 4 smaller lifts on the "ancient canal". We took photos and videos of the lifting process. When we left the lift it we had views over the countryside from the new height we were at.
History we found out
The boat lift was designed during the Canal du Centre's modernisation program in order to replace a system of two locks and four ...
We stopped off in Arras to visit the war memorial in town and to locate the name of Robert Smith Bennie. He was born August 18, 1896 in Chatham, Ontario. Prior to joining the Royal Flying Corp on July 4, 1916 he was a school teacher in Leamington, Ontario. He was lost on June 5, 1917 and is remembered on the wall at the Arras Memorial, which commemorates those who have no grave. Robert's name was inscribed on a tall pillar, just as soon as you enter the ...