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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the Battle of Vimy Ridge. This land was ceded by the French to the Canadians provided it was used as a memorial site. As we drove in you notice straight away the pock marked landscape from the munitions used during the battles. There are dozens of signs around warning not to walk onto the fields due to the huge number of unexploded munitions still littering the area or laying underground. Most of the fields have been planted with trees that now stand tall and ...
... Van Gogh museum was interesting, it showed a lot of his art that never became famous. It also went through his life story and talked about all of his life struggles that led up to him finally shooting himself. The museum included art from different artists that inspired Van Gogh and those who were inspired by him. It was cool to hear the hidden story behind such a tragic soul.
The red ...
... we did that right, so far so good. This bartender is famous, her name is Daisy and her life’s work is to find the right beer for each customer. She handed us menus and was off to see to other customers. We sheepishly opened the menu listing over 100 beers the pressure mounting as we studied the menu knowing she would return and we’d have to have an idea of what we wanted. On my left another couple pushed in and ...
... to enjoy the near deserted ship reading, chatting with a few remaining passengers and supping hot mugs of tea while peering through rain battered windows. What better preparation for returning to Wales? We have been surprised at how tired we have been as our bodies seemed to go into shock at having nothing to do, nothing to plan, nothing to research and no long bus journeys to undertake. It was then we realised that we have ...
... us on the tour who liked a drink, enough said. The second place we went specialised in “lambic” beer. This is beer which is made through “spontaneous yeasting”. Where some brewers like Heineken keep their yeast a specially guarded secret, the process of making Llamic beer involves pretty much opening the window and letting the natural yeast from the environment do the work. The last place we went was Delirium bar, which holds ...