Mercure Abbeville Hotel de France
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... 34th Division consisting or Irish, Scottish, Suffolk and Royal Scots battalions.
'The First World War saw fierce fighting along what was known as the Western Front - a battle line extending from the Channel coast to Switzerland. The Battle of the Somme was a major offensive launched on 1st July 1916 that met fierce German resistance from strong defensive positions unbroken by a seven day bombardment. With few exceptions, the attack was a failure and ...
... for gas on the way and a dude walked up to me...he was admiring the bike turns out he was a 1 liter superbike racer....so we hit it off..and chatted for a while...he warned me of the phantom ghost radar cars. Seems they have cars on the freeways here that look normal...and if you pass them...at speed it takes your picture and you get a fine in the mail frig.....I wonder........Sill have memories of Spain.... So I found Amiens and I found the church....holy **** ...its ...
... sun for a few more days. From Amsterdam to Belgium we had a wonderful talk feast - We saw old friends in Amsterdam, Ghent and Brussels - Janet, Edith, Filip, Do and Toon and Marijke and Jacob. unfortunately we missed seeing Din and Louis but Din and I will continue to keep in touch as we have done for the past 40+ years. On Sunday we fly from Lille to Lyon where we will have 4 nights. I am sure we will have tales to tell from there. so until Lyon... Love to you all Evelyn/Lyn and ...
... last remaining trenches in the Somme. There were some 700 kilometres of trenches throughout the Somme however most were turned back into farmland with much effort from the locals. Hamel has been left untouched. While nature has reclaimed some of the area over time with dirt slides and grass growing over the trenches they are still very much evident. Brad took lots of pictures as we both found it amazing. We got to walk through one section of ...
... called rapeseed. Not the nicest of names. We drove past fields with massive wind turbines. Past fields with what looked like caves made out of trees in the middle of them. We finally made it to Abbeville which is a more developed town which has a Super Marche! We went in, withdrew some Euros from the machine, then grabbed a few bits and pieces for dinner. We also grabbed some Oreo Milka chocolate. Thanks Jess for ...