Hotel Restaurant Le Prieure
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... Germany out of France, leading to their defeat.
We then visited the Old Blighty Tea Rooms in Pozieres. The little cafe is owned by British ex pats, who supplied the students and staff with baguettes, coffee and delicious hot chocolates. The cafe also served as a museum, housing many of the objects which were scattered around the battlefields after the Somme campaign ended in 1918. These objects can still be found in the fields surrounding the town, along with ...
... up on a side road and started leafing (ploughing;-)) though the free camping places book coz the paying places had nothing, to find somewhere to camp tonight and here we are in Conty. We are now settled in for the night in our electricity free, WC free, shower free free camping spot in Conty ready for our next leg which will see us take to the historical D-Day landing sights of WWII. PS, yes Fifi comes with her own toilet and hot ...
... the weather or war. Each site was a moving experience and gave each of us an insight into the terrible consequences of war. If you scroll through the photos a summary of each site is provided.
Tonight we stayed in Orleans, it was long afternoon drive but it has cut down our travel time for tomorrow when we arrive at our first Gite in Montpezat-de-Quercy.
... with some from the Ancien Regime. We followed the taped commentary, which was useful, especially as it discussed how the purpose of the rooms changed over the years. We saw Napoleon’s library … which is filled with books brought by Nicholas and Alexandra when they visited in 1901. Go figure. The ball room was attractive – it seems that most of the ballroom date from the time of ...
... with the British Army as a new, surprise weapon against the Germans and only a few miles south of this memorial tanks were used at the Battle of Flers-Courcelette from 15 to 22 September 1916. Its also the place where, on a hilltop on 4 August 1916, Australia lost more men than on any other battlefield throughout the war. The Germans converted the ruins of the windmill to a machine gun post and concrete fortifications can still be seen on the mound. Thousands of ...