ibis Styles Peronne Assevillers
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to plan. We've got a great little Hyundai hatchback to hold our family of five and with GPS built in as an unexpected bonus. Had Dutch panekoeks with Laura at a restaurant in a scenic location near the hostel. Then went for a walk along a waterway. Drove into Utrecht to walk and shop a little. Then returned again for dinner after checking into our ...
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First of all, I would like you to put this song into the stereo and let yourself go. GO! :)
Time in France comes to an end, once again, it was an awesome time back home and am now getting ready to rock the place in Brasil!!
Thanks to Thiago, met in Perth, i am going to meet some other cool dudes like Julian in Sao Paulo who I am going to stay with when ...
... the top of Amien's cathedral. Had some special time and a nap. Got sorted then went for a walk in the rain. Not so pleasant but went to cathedral and inside it was amazing! Really didn't walk much more as too cold and wet. Back to hotel to get dry, warm shower and decide on dinner. After much googling, we walked 400m to Mezzi di Pasta and ate in. Not bad as it was tasty, cheap and hot. Walked back to hotel and watched Anchorman 2 while eating Belgian chocolates. Part way ...
... plus some Canadians and New Zealanders. They line the grass path on both sides to the main structure designed to watch over the graves. A large Australian and French flag fly over the grounds. I must say the commonwealth war graves commission do a good job looking after this sight as it is immaculate. We look at some gravestones and then I head up to the top of the structure. Now the structure has two walls emanating from both sides of it that has the names of about ...
... Army had undergone a very significant change with the appointment, at the insistence of Prime Minister Billy Hughes, of General John Monash to command the newly formed Australian Army Corp. For the first time the Australian forces were an integrated united Army corp, under the command of an Australian Army Officer, who was a man known for his meticulous planning and his ability to make quick and clear decisions.