Hotel du Croise
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... forward. The Slouch Hat memorial is just that. In the little town of Bullecourt, sitting on a plinth it says so much. A tiny plastic boomerang tucked under the brim from other respectful visitors. The kids are full of questions and amazement. We have had discussions about courage and love, of "king and country" and patriotism. We visited another time and place that is so important to who we are as a country and individuals. We will remember ...
... who have not seen the movie Beneath Hill 60 you should - our historian Colin said how surprised at how accurate and well done it was. We had both seen the movie with Dad and could understand exactly what had happened here and our famous the Aussies were for what they achieved.
It was time to return to Ypres and Iepa for early dinner and to hear the last Post later at 8pm. But in the meantime our guide Peter knew where Underhill Farm Cemetery was - I had asked him as ...
... on its in-house smokery. Many of the dishes served utilise this as the foundation of the flavour before the meat is prepared as part of the meal. Kate ordered the ribs and I had to go for the Maison tartare as I saw one on another table. The food (meat) was good and the unhurried atmosphere made for a relaxing last evening. A gentle walk back and then an early night in preparation for our start at stupid o'clock to catch an early ...
In a final irony, the British gave up this hard fought ridge, not long after in March 1918, in a desperate attempt to shorten their line and stop the German advance during their big and successful spring offensive.
... safer that I'd now complied with the French Legionnaire, I said " we are much friendlier in Australia, we are a multi-cultural country, and love each other, we don't shoot people" Without a smile he turned and walked off, I had just experienced my first encounter with the arrogant French, and now had developed an opinion that would be reinforced over the next week on several occasions. Lille is a large city in northern France a few km in land from Calais, being the ...