Ibis Besancon Centre Ville
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... parks available obviously getting there days ahead of the crowd. Wearing his New Zealand shirt we could see him through his window watching the race on the TV. Twenty minutes later he hadn't moved. Finally Maya whispered to me "The Bats out of the Cave." I turned to see our associate from across the ditch sitting in a fold out chair staring down the road. It was time for some cyclists. The tension before the bike riders arrive is fantastic. Everyone on the ...
... a young Sapper from the Royal Engineers regiment. It seemed quite sad to see him lying there alone and it made me wonder about the circumstances leading up to his death well apart from other members of his regiment.
They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them.
(For the Fallen, Robert Laurence Binyon)
... frame of mind and so got more and more frustrated each time it happened. In my defence, there can be real anxiety when lost in a big forest, and for it to happen again and again just makes things worse. Thinking back, I attribute the first two incidents to poor signing, whereas I think the last occasion could have been down to the fact that the foresters had cut a clearing in the forest and one of those felled trees may have had an ...
... are) for the hotel breakfast. I think it depends on how much you like breakfast - and how much coffee you drink. We like a big, leisurely breakfast when we are travelling and the hotel breakfasts are usually a buffet with croissants and other breads, cheeses, cereal, yogurt, fruit, sometimes eggs and sausage or ham, and unlimited coffee. A café petit déjeuner for 4-5 E's consisting of one croissant and one ...
... the citadel above the town. Would we beat the storm?
Well, someone must have been watching over us again, for large raindrops started to fall as we approached the town and not long after arriving at our hotel a big thunderstorm hit. The receptionist who I had spoken to some hours earlier to explain our dilemma when checking to see if our room was available for two nights and not just the one originally booked, greeted us warmly. After what had turned out to be ...