ibis Styles Peronne Assevillers
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... bit of duty free shopping, a litre bottle of Vodka and a litre bottle of Captain Morgan's we were set. We headed back to Fifi, programmed our co-ordinates for Ken who I might add was extremely excited to get us moving and hit the motorways. We had decided upon a base and away we went. Ken was the perfect navigator and we arrived within an hour and a half to our destination, we were really excited to find we had arrived only to ...
... the weather or war. Each site was a moving experience and gave each of us an insight into the terrible consequences of war. If you scroll through the photos a summary of each site is provided.
Tonight we stayed in Orleans, it was long afternoon drive but it has cut down our travel time for tomorrow when we arrive at our first Gite in Montpezat-de-Quercy.
... 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 ...
... morning, we had a petit-dejeuner (pain au chocolat, some baguette with honey and half a canteloupe each) in camp before setting off on our bicycles into town. It was a very easy, 5 km ride along the tow-path (Somme canal) into the city and we continued cycling on following the Hortillonage cycling loop. We had picked up a cycling map from the TI the day before but we soon learned that the map was pretty poor (no street names!) once we left the center of town and ...
... a memorial to a brave soldier by the name of Dickens -grandson of famous author Charles Dickens. On through Combles and Guillemont - again noting that like the Ieper district, here you don't travel far before you see cemeteries (small and large) and or memorials. At Longueval we spend some time at the Deville Wood Cemetery where we see workers inside tents (because of the cold) cleaning and re-etching the headstones. The finished product is outstanding - ...