Premiere Classe Cambrai Proville
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the two huge squares are lined with charming Dutch swan neck houses. The houses are the typical Dutch town houses tall and narrow. The ground floor and basements were shops and cafes with residential accommodation above. We had our last lovely meal in France on one of the squares this evening. As we walked back it was 2C and there was a strong north east wind blowing, the summer is really over, time to head home.
... is within easy driving distance (approximately 100 miles) of Calais / Dunkirk, mostly on free motorway.
There are four free EHU hook-ups.
The campervan service point is free, indeed, the whole thing is free.
There is a ...
... a couple of Aussie soldiers claimed it. Then onto Villers Bretonneux. Visited the Victoria School which was built after the war from donations by the people of our home state. Big sign in schoolyard about Australia and a lot of aboriginal murals painted on the walls. Parts closed due to renovations for 100 year anniversary next year. Visited the Aust. Cemetery and memorial where the names of all Australian soldiers that do ...
... lot of these soldiers died, hence the vast number of cemeteries. Each plot of land where these cemeteries are was given to the country of the majority of those buried in that plot by the people of France. Each and every cemetery is kept pristine by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. Not a blade of grass out of place, they are beautifully maintained.
We visited Villers-Bretonneux where the Australian National War Memorial is. ...
... for us to pay our respect. Just up the road we came across the first Commonwealth War Cemetery, at Heath, where lies 985 Aussie diggers. Amongst them are 7 Walkers, which is not unusual due to the common nature of that surname, but what really surprised us was the discovery of a Beswick, (Wendy's maiden name) H. Private in the register. We'll have to research that a little further when we get home. It was then onto ...