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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
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... English and French, included several hymns and much wreath laying. The British Ambassador to France was in attendance. We preferred the personal meaning of the earlier Scots ceremony, but it was fine for what it was. It was also broiling hot in the sun. I felt really sorry for all the people in uniform, most of them dress uniform not really designed for what was then pushing about 97 degrees.
There were notices handed out that next year, ...
... on the Oise River, we started to meet the really big ones - the 40 to 48 meter peniches, pushing another flat cargo barge of another 40 - 50 meters or so! That gets to be a lot of boat going by you!
When we spent the time in Compiegne, we got somewhat accustomed to the really big ones rolling past from 7 or so in the morning to 7 or so at night. We were parked right across from the drive up fueling station and it seemed like about every 3rd ...
Happy Birthday Ju Ju!!
A lazy day today. After brunch of eggs, beans and sausages, we took a wander out for a walk then back to camp for an afternoon of catching rays! Bit of kindle and a bit of Belgium planning. We're now getting ready to leave France and experience it better on the way back. All of the guidebooks politely say northern France is pretty pants so we're eager to move on to where there's a bit more going on.
Jon cycled to the Intermarche 2 miles away ...
On to the site (La Paille Haute, ACSI 1178, pitch 25) which was very welcoming. Funny weather today; one minute rainy, the next sunshine (which afforded us our first French rainbow!) So we completed a fine erection in the drizzle and settled in for some luncheon of yesterday’s baguette with ham and cheese and an apple and a Heineken… sorry Rich, we can’t get it here! Then we both mimicked desert hikers starved of ...
... their artillery and machine guns, especially in front of the Sugarloaf salient, (a bulge in the German line that allowed their machine guns to fire up and down no man's land between the two trench lines) - the battle began at 6pm on 19 July with an infantry charge along a four kilometre front.
The opposing German Bavarian Divisions had been fortifying their defences since early March, including ...