Premiere Classe Amiens Glisy
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I would never have believed it but it's true, we are in France, Conty to be exact, why Conty, looooong story!!!!!! We left Canterbury this morning around 8.30am and it was a cold soupy kinda morning, you know the kind, murky can't see 3 feet (1mtr for you younguns) in front of you so we slowly toddled down the A28 to Dover. Sat in line with everyone else wanting to leave the cold climes of the UK for the cold climes of France ...
... br> Our final visit was to the Australian War Memorial at Villers Bretonneux.
It was a cold day with light rain, however none of us felt able to complain about our minimal discomfort when you thought what the soldiers must have ensured living in absolute hell. There was no warm car waiting for them to hop into or a quick trip to a coffee shop to have a ...
... checked in, and rested a few minutes.
Then we went out to enjoy the Christmas market. This market had several tableau, including a penguin architect learning how to build an igloo, and a Village de Pere Noel (dubbed a "Selfie Zone"). Paul had a tasty crepe-like meal with mushrooms and cheese, then we shared a massive beignet, filled with Nutella. Nummers. Then back to the hotel to relax and ...
... brink and white stone but the tour was only in French and we could not really understand a word of it. Went home, watched Vincenzio Nabuli put himself in an unbeatable position in the Tour and read for a few hours. then we set off at 10pm to see the free light show on the facade of the Cathedral. It was worth the effort-- a truly remarkable display which I hope the photos ...
... some of the muskrats weigh up to 3 kg!
There is no electricity or potable water so there aren’t any full time residents. Owners of the parcels of land are responsible for maintaining their banks, which constantly require maintenance due to erosion. As a result of all the upkeep required, land ownership has been dwindling and this is clearly a concern. A portion of the waterways are public but usually the land ownership comes with ownership of ...