Mercure Abbeville Hotel de France
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Oh yeah, I was going to talk about space. There just isn’t as much over here. You have a country of 66 million in an area the size of Texas which has 30 million people. It’s no surprise then that things get squished a little. The place I stayed at in Paris was like that. There was a shower the size of a closet. You opened the door of the shower (which was the accordion, folding kind) and there was only five inches between it and ...
... Some really good shots hit by us both, and at 18° I got so hot I took my jumper off! We finished about 3.30pm giving us time to drive to the beach. I'm glad we did, it was lovely. There were loads of people about, enjoying the sunshine just like us. We had a cold drink at a bar on the sands, then took a little walk along the promenade. We were tempted earlier, not to get a parking ticket, because it wouldn't accept our credit card, ...
... a small picnic (we still had our raspberries and red currants).
The Australian memorial is set in the rolling Picardie countryside, a few miles south of Corbie, on top of a hill - Lutyens designed the memorial, and he took advantage of the site by incorporating a tower as its centrepiece. The memorial itself is dedicated to the 11,000 Australian soldiers who lost their lives in the area around Amiens, and is truly ...
... br> where they search our van for extra people and weapons. We then got to the ticket office and the lady told us that we had booked for tomorrow'sferry. Damn time difference! Luckily she still let us board. We were right on the bottom level with all the trucks. We walked up to the upper
levels and looked at the cliffs then had some lunch as we cruised over to Calais, France. It didn't take too long. It was ...
... in my vocabulary, in fact no French whatsoever could be summoned from my vocal cords, and the operator had not a drop of English to reply with. I tried my best over the telephone with hand signals, but I wasn't getting any where. Then I remembered the phrase book I had brought that was back at the Land Rover. I said good bye to the operator a went back to the Land Rover to prepared a speech for him for when I returned. When I eventually got back to the car the ...