ibis Styles Peronne Assevillers
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... a massive memorial to the missing Canadian soldiers. Vimy's ridge is where the Germans took control. From the ridge you can see all the surrounding valleys, giving them a great advantage. Neither the French or the British could take it back. But the Canadians, fighting for the first time under a Canadian general succeeded. Which is why their memorial is here. Its massive and its beautiful. The last two stops of the day were the French cemetery and the German cemetery. ...
Bit of a quiet one today. I was up reasonably early to pack my meagre possessions and head to Gare du Nord. After a very smelly cab ride, I found Gare du Nord to be a very easy train station to negotiate, which was a relief because when the cab pulled up I looked up and thought "My God its HUGE" Like Italy, they don't tell you which platform to go to until 20 minutes before departure. By that stage I had somehow made a friend. Some random dude approached me while I was ...
... the day Made it to Paris but not before finding that the iPAD had given up the ghost again. Made our way to the Apple store and got it fixed with no apparent loss of content, but it may appear a bit different I suspect. The store was in a region called Opera, the home of the Parisian Opera House, Time dictated that we leave it for another ...
The first few weeks in Amiens had some wet days when it was not really possible to do much outside the house. So I bought a jigsaw of a very famous Vermeer painting, The Artist's Studio. Whilst doing it I reflected often on the genius of Vermeer and the example of his work in front of me. There is still a long way to go in my real education: I need and want to learn more. The photo does not do it ...
... Different to those we saw in Belgium in that the cross tombstones stood upright with names on both sides. A greater distance between the rows to accommodate this mode of burial. Many unknown soldiers recognised here. Returned to Rancourt and visited the Souvenir Francais church, attached French cemetery and English Cemetery across the road (here three airmen from WW2 are at rest). Lots of snow crunching and we carefully made our way around. On our way again ...