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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
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... along. We stop for a look and then cross the river and continue driving. After a little while we notice the language and style of road signs has changed and realise we are in Belgium. No signs, passport checks or anything. Driving along this little country road in Belgium and in the middle of nowhere and we come across this magnificent Commonwealth War cemetery. Get out and soak it up and it is very moving. 250 graves with quite a few Australians. Off we go ...
... make fun of Esperanto. Two professional Esperantists. One - Brazilian who works for the central office in Rotterdam - the other Slovakian who has somehow made something for himself out of Esperanto by founding lernu.net. I've run into him at various places around the world. Having had enough of the action inside I wander off down the road to the pub to wait for the German Esperantist I usually hang out with at the congress. ...
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 ...
... Regiment sustained 85% of their casualties – of the 780 men that went forward that morning, only 68 were available for roll call the following day. For all intents and purposes, the regiment had been wiped out and along with it, a portion of Newfoundland’s next generation.
I had recently read and excellent book titled “Back to the Front”, by Stephen O’Shea. As the author walks the Western Front, he often ...