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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
- Banquet room
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... my eye caught by the "odd." For example, I can’t remember the last time I saw a statue with a severed head on it (pic 1). I was also noticing how disfigured the faces are of those who are whipping Jesus (pic 2). That’s not necessarily odd, it makes sense they carved them that way. They’re “bad” guys. It was just interesting because all the other carvings weren’t like that so it stood out.
... with the same facilities i.e sailing school and club house for the sport boats (it turned out to be the same company running the sailing school). It was €16 per night with free WiFi but you had to be up at the bar to get reception.
There was an Aldi nearby so we went with David and Melanie to buy some essentials but we got lost on the way back which didn't help Isi’s heel problem. Once back at the marina, we called in at the bar ...
... in Canada. And then I saw the guy she was with, and he was feeling the Canadian pride. I spoke to them and asked them if they knew how they were getting to the monument, and they didn't know but they were going to take another train from Arras to the village of Vimy and figure it out from there. They didn't do any research before they left, and didn't know that there is no public transport of any kind. I was planning on renting a bike in Vimy and riding the 5k out ...
... tunnels, which were dark, dank and often flooded. But they were considered high-class accommodations compared to life in the trench. The network of tunnels through the chalk ground was dug by professional miners turned soldiers. The chalk that was unearthed was buried elsewhere at night to avoid detection by the enemy. These tunnels have also been augmented to accommodate visitors, but our guide, Jeremy, did a wonderful job of pointing out what was ...
... created by both he allies and the Germans, and still remain undiscovered. It is common in the area for farmers to come across these tunnels when their tractors and tools come into contact with the tops of them. After the tour of the tunnels or subways as they called them, we started our trek up to the monument. Along the way we could see the uneven terrain which indicated where the trenches once we're as well as he craters. The size of the actual ...