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- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
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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 ...
... paninis, while Jake opted for apple fritters and ice cream. There, we plotted out our afternoon drive and gave Siri time to download maps/directions from the restauraunt’s WiFi.
Our next visit took us through some more modern residential areas and then through some narrow rural roads, shared with tractors full of hay, families on bicycles, and a horse and rider. Around the bend and the hill we soon saw rows and rows of white tombstones. We then arrived at ...
... beaches until you got well out to sea.
Novelties were the bicycle which had obviously lived under the sea for a while, as it was covered in oysters, and the brightly painted oystermen's huts we found. As you can see, this typical beach is not very attractive at low tide.
Moving on, Mornac sur Seudre is advertised as one of the prettiest villages in France, but although very pleasant, we have ...
... Post and Reveille on their bugles (every night of the year and have done so since 1928, except during WWII). A most moving experience - although being behind others and not able to see everything does affect this a bit. It was great to see the school group & teachers.
After our decent lunch, we just had fruit and 'frites met' for dinner!
Today we walked 12 1/2 kms. Most days we have been between 10 & 13 km. I've been wearing short sleeves with a cardigan when needed & jeans.
... blanket of machine gun fire coming from the Germans up in the hill. The loss of life was devastating, So great in fact, that it is in this area that the memorial to the New Zealand soldiers who lost their lives stands. It was a humbling moment. The words of King George V on opening the museum in 1922 bought me to tears ... not for the words themselves but because it seems we have not yet learnt the devastating lessons of war.... "We can truly say ...