Premiere Classe Saint Quentin
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... few peaks to fight for a hillock of ground appeared to become all consuming, consuming of everything.
We left with a far greater depth of understanding and some links to this part of France.
And here we are now back in London ready for Harry Potter world tomorrow, not to mention a fantastic visit to Madame Tussards this afternoon. Ben and Eleanor, actually all of us, thought it great.
... entire thing was rather pointless really.
The Somme is so flat and open, it is abundantly clear why trenches were needed as there is no other cover. Amazing to think what happened there during the war. I wasn't sure what I expected it to look like, but when I hopped off the bus, I just knew that it was the Somme.
We then drove to the Australian war memorial at Villers Bretonneux. Only the Australian's go there as we met all the ...
... us clear of all the busy traffic. Either side of Reims there were sections where we climbed up into the hillsides which were swathed with vineyards. The vineyards were a hive of activity with workers' heads stuck up above the vines all over the place! Most of the grapes had been harvested and at least some of the activity was to harvest the remainder.
The final section to Laon meandered about through undulating, mostly wooded countryside.
160km clocked for the ...
Departed Cantebury and set off for Dover. Our European adventure starts!
A calm, uneventful crossing and an easy drive to our first overnight stop in France, in Boiry Notre Dame. Arrived mid-afternoon – an acceptable site but clearly a "transit" location for Calais bound tourists. All the locations were grass and the reception apologised for ...
... them through a trench and dropped the box, where two pins slipped free. Without a moments hesitation he threw himself over the box and was killed instantly in the blast – only one other person in the crowded trench was wounded. There were many stories of such bravery and self sacrifice.
We also visited the Lochnagar Crater site which was the site of a major mine blast (the small cousin to beneath Hill 60) that spanned 100m and was 30m deep. Sadly the mine crater ...