Premiere Classe Amiens Glisy
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the P&O Spirit of Britain ferry. Ummmmm Manly Ferry is but a mosquito on the Dover to Calais ferries. Unbelievable what they can fit on these ferries. It is like a luxury liner but with cars and trucks and stuff. We picked the perfect day to see the White Cliffs of Dover behind us and the weather was calm and glorious. It was approximately an hour and a half journey but to be honest, I was shocked when we hit France shores. ...
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 ...
... special and unexpected treat. We then headed for Long sur Somme which was claimed to be the prettiest little village in the area of Amiens. We had lunch first at Le Comptier Bleu, a very smart little restaurant that gave us the best meal we've had yet in France. After lunch we went for a walk around the village and then had a tour of the chateau. The chateau is very beautiful ...
... soon came around to take or order and luckily they did offer the Express menu. We both wanted to the plat + dessert option and we both went for the caqhuse (pronounced “kak-hoos”), which is a regional specialty of pork cooked in wine vinegar, onion and cream sauce. This was served with fries on the side which were very fresh but not crispy as we like them. It was very delicious and would have been the perfect meal to warm you up on a cold day. We ...