Premiere Classe Amiens Glisy
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... later; are there none at Versailles?
We also toured the gardens, in their winter guise. It was cold, but we enjoyed the walk.
From Compiegne, we drove to Amiens, picking up traffic just outside of town. Most parking lots were full, but I did get a space in a lot a few blocks from the hotel. I think it might have been the last spot in the lot (maybe even in the city). We walked to ...
... pile in the house when we left.
Headed up to Montmort-Lucy for lunch. I was very pleased with myself being able to read " The White Horse" in french, though I doubt thats going to be greatly useful in my reportoire. A most enjoyable lunch, with our hostess understanding ...
... among the graves.
Dernacourt, Jeancourt, Grevilles. Each cemetery has its own register, for those buried and those whose names are inscribed on the memorial. We recorded our visit and the soldier searched for on Lyn's behalf. Initially I was doing a friend a favour and out of curiosity, but it soon became personal to locate each and every one.
... our youth. It was a feeling that I rarely have these days and was cherished. I determined to read one of his books and picked Michael Strogoff. What is that, you say? Well I downloaded it and read this Russian adventure story right through. Definitely a matinee story though! Chateau de Bertangles Pronounced "Burr-tangles" if you're Australian and "Bear- ton" if you're French. We corrected ourselves immediately. This impressive chateau was used by Monash for quite ...
... into productive plots to feed the city. A group has been set up to help maintain the canals, and they operate boat trips in small punts....we jumped in, along with ten others, and were navigated through the canals by a very jolly (and knowledgable) guide.
It was now mid afternoon, and we were in need of sustenance. We bought some biscuits, a couple of drinks, and headed off to the Australian WW1 memorial, where we planned ...