Hotel - Restaurant Emile Job
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... point towards the lock, but there was (and still is) a dredging barge parked on the right just inside the entrance to the lock where it gets narrow, so I had to stay way over to the right to miss the dredge, and then pull my nose back to the left to line up straight for the lock. It was already not going too well, when some current joined the party. I couldn’t get my nose around fast enough, Stan was up front and couldn’t bail me ...
... like Baroque well enough in its place, but I don’t consider a gothic cathedral its place! Plus for me, it is just too big. I am not used to having to set my camera on the long distance scenery setting to take a photo of the length of the nave! It is too tall to comfortably draw ones eyes up towards heaven. The spaces are too large to feel intimate or related, at least for me. They built it very tall to have ...
... was around 300 euros. Sigh. )
Eventually we left Corbie and worked our way to Amiens. Amiens is a large town which is dominated by its cathedral. I’ll say more about the cathedral in a separate post because I have LOTS of photos.
Other things about Amiens include that it is the only large town, or even small city, or even sometimes large village, I have been in that does not have a boulangerie or patisserie about every 4 blocks. ...
... to be a very personable and helpful host. The rooms are large and clean and the whole house seems to be from another era with its decorations. We appear to have chosen well.
Nothing was open in the village at this time of night and Didier recommended a restaurant in nearby Liessies called Le Bergerie (The Sheepfold). Noone in the restaurant poke English so it was a challenge to order dinner. But we managed, with the help of ...
... fromage baguette from the boulangerie. It was half a full size baguette. Lovely! Also shared and eclair with Brad. It had chocolate creme anglaise instead of the usual vanilla. Thought it would be sickly sweet but no it was beautiful. Watched a large group of touring bikers from England take off. Colin said they had probably come from Normandy. Then back on the bus for the afternoon. We're able to go to Fricourt cemetery which was the second of four resting places ...