L'Abbaye Chateau De Camon
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... on display so this picture of a picture is all you get. I’m sure you’re disappointed about that.
Not all of the place was gross. Most of it was very beautiful. Not a great deal of glass survived the bombings but what did is still on display (pic 6). Where only part survived there is the stained glass and then clear glass in all the areas around it. I tried to get a good close-up to show the detailed work that went into it (pic 5). Every ...
... are beautifully maintained. In Albert we visited a museum through a 10 meter deep 250 meter long tunnel dating back to the 13th century and used as an air raid shelter during World War 2. Finally we visited a mine crater at La Boisselle. It is 91 meters in diameter and 21 meters in depth. Exploded by the allies to to blow up the German bunkers. There is about 100klms where the battles of the Somme took place. There are beautifully ...
We were slightly late down to breakfast, and were greeted with a table full of Australians, plus the one other couple (Barbara and Martin, from Greenwich). We took our places and before long the conversation had turned to kangaroos, and what a nuisance they are. Liz and Larry (who were the other Queensland couple, but NOT from Rockhampton) were particularly anti-roo, and Liz regaled us with the story of when she shot a ...
Wednesday 29th August
Up early today for a 20 minute drive to Dover Docks to catch the 10.00am DFDS sailing to Dunkerque and then on down to Amiens for a 7 day stay.
We are pitched at Parc des Cygnettes which is 5km from the city centre with a bus stop right outside.
After settling in we took the bus on Thursday into the city (€1.20) the centre piece being the Notre-Dame Cathedral; 145m long and 70m wide, it is ...
... that we were able to climb up inside. Also in Tournai we visited the Notre Dame Cathedral. Belfries have had different purposes over the years starting out as watch towers, then becoming a symbol of freedom and a means of communicating with the populace through various bell ringings and their meanings. We found another in Amiens where we went to after the Somme, and another UNESCO listed cathedral, but it was by now pouring with rain and ...