ibis Styles Peronne Assevillers
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... them at just about all French ceremonies - where in America we might do one wreath, here just about everbody gets in on the wreath laying!). It was very personal, and very moving. When two Scots fiddlers sang, along with the French school children, Hearts of Glory Stan and I were definitely in tears.
Sing Hearts of Glory
Down and sunset
Hearts of Glory
Least we forget
Young Scottish soldiers
And soldiers unknown
... point towards the lock, but there was (and still is) a dredging barge parked on the right just inside the entrance to the lock where it gets narrow, so I had to stay way over to the right to miss the dredge, and then pull my nose back to the left to line up straight for the lock. It was already not going too well, when some current joined the party. I couldn’t get my nose around fast enough, Stan was up front and couldn’t bail me ...
This morning we've packed our bags, eaten quatre croissants and checked that everything is as it was when we arrived in this lovely little home in this lovely little city. We'll walk down to Rue Barni in about an hour, catch the bus the three stops to Gare du Nord (Amiens) and wait for the train to take us to Gare du Nord (Paris). We've got ...
Today was the last day on board and we departed the ship at 9am after a number of farewells.
We hired a car and travelled to Amiens - for a Battlefield tour. As Helen did not want to travel on toll rods we took the long way down. The departure from Amsterdam was confusing to the extreme - lucky we had a TOM TOM as we went in circles before we got onto the highway.
... firing explosives, smoke and gas for several days but only explosives and smoke on the day of the attack resulting in the Germans being disadvantaged by wearing their gas masks during the attack), tanks (which also carried additional ammunition for the soldiers) and aircraft (that flew low over the German lines to cover the noise of the tanks moving into position) in a meticulous attack in which every element was known and ...