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Travel Blogs from St-Quentin
... Kong in the evening!
It was a lot of fun - around 20 euros gives you access to the intermediate level of tree obstacles, each 45min duration and more than 8 sections!
A lot of creativity and safety has gone into creating and running this place - so i recommend to adults and kids alike! They have different levels so check out their website: http://www.grimpalarb.fr
... off on his bike to find a pizza to bring back to ST, which was lovely and saved cooking as we were both tired from the restless night and relieved to have the tunnel out of the way. Our next challenges to come are a boat lift and an incline plane in Belgium!
We then did a bit of blog work and then went to the pub alongside the marina with music playing and a marquee up where we sat outside in the very pleasant evening sunshine. Apparently there had ...
... got to the bank side was in a cage looking wet and very sorry for itself, but alive. This was a big long haired spaniel dog and not the white dog John had found. When John got to ST he discovered its dinghy was off the boat and in the water. It turned out Isi and another woman had launched it to try and get to the dog that was obviously in difficulties. The bank sides were too steep to even touch the dog let alone get it out. It did want to swim away from them ...
... heel and they were for a time. These shoes she had not used for years and started to rub her toes causing a blister, so back to the sandals to walk back.
We did some reading then we watched on DVD “The Kings Speech” again as it is a favourite of ours.
Not long after we went to bed, with the thought of tunnels to come! We will move up to the first one tomorrow and hopefully go through that, but the long one is closed on Sunday. We will wait and ...
... Oliver told us that when the ground wasn't frozen he can pick up handfuls at a time of various shrapnel.
It was also special to understand the landscapes that the soldiers were fighting for. There were big open fields with tiny valleys and ridges. So of course the sought after ground was any of the ridges, and standing upon any of them Oliver could point out the direction the opposing force was coming from and explain how they came up to one another. At one stage we could ...
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