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... the First World War. Lunch was nowhere as impressive, but a not bad wine helped wash it down. After lunch we headed off to visit the Pozieres sites, calling in along the way at some Kiwi memorials and cemetery plots, and a German cemetery at Fricourt. Again time pressures meant very short visits and this also applied to our time at Pozieres where we visited The Windmill, the 1st Division Memorial and Moquet Farm. By this time Carm and I ...
When we left skiing we went on a long drive for eight hours. We finally arrived at an amazing chateau. It was fun and old. The rooms were fancy for lords and ladies. The rooms were richly decorated and had gold chandeliers.
By Will Carder
The next morning went to the Australian War Memorial in Villers Brettoneau. They built it after the first world war. It had bullet marks from the second world war. You could climb up to the top of the tower. We saw hundreds ...
... Usually, one of them has to interpret a bit for the other, but it works out. I still have trouble understanding adults who speak much quicker and with a better accent, but I had almost a full conversation with a man yesterday who was asking for directions. I told him immediately that I don’t really speak French, but that only enticed him to ask me everything about why I was in France. At the end of our small chat, he told me that I ...
Left hotel and went to boulangerie for breakfast-salad roll & pain au raisin with 2 coffees came to €10 & the breakfast at the hotel was €10 each, times are hard for retirees! Thought we were on the nice river route to Ivry La Bataille but suddenly noticed the road sign said D836 which is a red road, no wonder there was some traffic & lorries - we should have been on the other side of the Eure on the D67 a yellow ...
... called Le Touquet Paris Plage, which is a bit like a combination between Bondi beach, St Kilda, and England's Brighton.
After getting established in a free-camping situation just near the ...