Novotel Amiens Est
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... Windmill Memorial Bullecourt Gala lunch at French Chateau + 2 UP! Depart from lunch Fromelles: Pheasant Wood Cemetery & 'Cobbers' Memorial Depart Fromelles for Calais Depart Calais by P & O Ferry. Arrive Dover 10pm (approx) (depends on traffic) Arrive London Date: Saturday 25 April 2015 2:00 am: Site opens 4:30 am: Latest time for public to be seated Pre-service commemorative program commences 5:30 am: Dawn Service commences Venue: ...
... bit of duty free shopping, a litre bottle of Vodka and a litre bottle of Captain Morgan's we were set. We headed back to Fifi, programmed our co-ordinates for Ken who I might add was extremely excited to get us moving and hit the motorways. We had decided upon a base and away we went. Ken was the perfect navigator and we arrived within an hour and a half to our destination, we were really excited to find we had arrived only to ...
This morning was spent visiting the numerous WW1 memorials in the north east of France. We stated in Fromelles where we paid our respects at the recently opened Pheasant Wood Cemetery as well a VC Corner.
We then travelled in the direction of Amiens and stopped at the Notre Dame de Lorette "Ring of Remembrance" memorial and the French Cemetery at ...
... do see war on this scale ever again. We continued on to the next place which was recommended by Diane the host at the cubby house (aka B&B) which was Beaumont - Hamel. There is a magnificent Canadian memorial here but we were also looking at the trenches where the German and Allied front lines where within meters of each other. The Germans in WW1 held the village of Beaumont and the Allies held the village of Hamel. The sheer depth and organisation of these trenches must ...
... widely would make our world a better place. Next stop was the Australian war memorial dedicated to the 11,500 soldiers lost but never recovered after they "fell" a very elegant and well kept site with WW2 bullet scars on part of the tower to remind us that nobody learnt anything . The day was a bit misty so the view was not as good as it could have been. We had a look at the Lochnagar crater the result of allied tunnellers efforts in tunnelling beneath ...