La Chartreuse du Val Saint Esprit
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... where the attendant wasn't on a productivity bonus because all the other booths were clearing there queues at the rate of 4 to every one of ours!!
Anyway, onto the ferry and onwards to France. The trip took about 90 minutes and then we were in Calais.
Courtesy of Gilly's errant Satnav we had an unscheduled tour of Calais. Lots of refugees were hanging about the ferry terminal and wandering aimlessly around the town. The best ...
... line wavered but held.....had it fallen it would have been a German break through and we may be eating schnitzel whilst writing/reading this. This was the start of Canada growing its reputation as the commonwealth country to fear the most...and I am not saying that because I am Canadian. It was true the Germans ended up pooping their pants when they knew the Canucks were across the line....looking at them.
Part of it was we were not ...
... Our poppy identification bracelets, each embedded with a computer chip, allowed us to log in and receive stories about people who matched our age, gender, or nationality, as well as detailed information about items on display throughout the museum.
As we wandered through the exhibits, the mood kept sombre by shadowed light and instrumental music, we had many opportunities to learn more about World ...
... ride to Fromelles. So raincoats on and off we peddled the 23km. First we visited the newest war cemetery (Pheasant Wood) for Australian dead, the last one was 1960, at Fromelles. The is the one that was made for the 250 Aussie and British soldiers who were discovered in a mass grave nearby. It was dedicated in 2010. Co-located with this cemetery is a Battlefields Museum which tells the story about the area, how ...
By 1919 the Ypres Salient was a desolate place, thickly sown with hundreds of soldier’s cemeteries. Most were little more than bare expanses of trodden earth, just a few untidy rows of graves marked by battered pieces of wood. There were ...