Le Cottage Hotel-Restaurant
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... Christian, from Battlefield tours, collected us and together with another Australian couple, Liz and and John, from Perth, we headed off to see some of the places etched in our memory banks from ANZAC day lessons from school days long gone. Fromelles, Tyne Cot, VC corner, Hellfire Corner, Hill 60, Passchendale and so on. Christian and his wife Annette, were great with so much information, yet told in so many interesting ...
After more than 36 hours of travel we have arrived in Lille, France. Mike took us down to the airport where we boarded our first flight to Dubai. Unfortunately there was a bit of a delay, as due to the strong winds, they could not keep refuelling the plane. The 14 hour flight wasn't too bad and we even got a little sleep. The second leg to London passed pretty quickly, and as the plane wasn't full, we even had a bit of room ...
After travelling on a fast-train from Paris to Lille (the 3rd biggest city in France) for 2 hours we decided to make use of the day and drive to Ypres in Belgium. We visited Flanders Field Museum, which was chocked full with information about the three Battles of Ypres. It was very interesting as I found out what ...
... Maarkt. We had barely switched off the ignition before Jim and Mary appeared as if by Irish Magic and filled us in with helpful advice.
Were there smiles and hugs?
And Gavin Brownies??
*wipes a chocolate crumb off her moustache with a satisfied smirk*
Not only were we greeted with a Brownie, but also a glass of bubbly which we downed out on the terrace in the sun, before finding our room and zipping ...
As planned we left Tuesday morning at 0815 and arrived in our hotel 40 miles short of Calais in Bruay-La-Buissiere at about 1730. It was a long run up of some 550 miles and was just about enough for me. We made several stops. Stop 1 was just outside Chamonix in Sallances to get some essential supplies, croissants, pan au chocolate, water, tomatoes (I love them) some presents and the icing on the cake another Custard Flan for the journey. We also fed Bettie a lot of diesel and €1.31 ...