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"Picnic in the Vines Tour of Chinon
"Picnic in the Vines Tour of Chinon France""Located 10 minutes from Chinon in the beautiful Loire Valley arrive at the Château du Petit Thouars a family-run vineyard that has been in the du Petit Thouars family and passed from father-to-son in a direct line since 1634. You will be greeted at our wine office and then led for a walk through our Cabernet Franc and Chenin blanc vineyard through the clos and our vielles vignes/old vines to our impressive cellar located in hollowed limestone caves that are centuries old
From EUR40.00
"Private Somme Battlefields
"Gear up for your full-day trip to northern France's World War I sites with morning pickup from your Brussels hotel. Enjoy the comfort and style of your luxury minivan as you listen to your guide explain the history of the war. Travel 2 hours south across where the Battle of the Somme took place along the Somme River in 1916. This area saw fierce fighting between the German army and the English and French forces with a death toll of more than one million.First visit the Australian Corps Memorial Park at Le Hamel and the Villers–Bretonneux Australian National Memorial where many Australian soldiers lost their lives during the Battle of the Somme. See former trenches look out across 'no man's land' and pause for a moment of reflection among the headstones. Sites like these are important symbols in the annual Anzac Day commemorations when Australians and New Zealanders across the globe pay tribute to their fallen men and women during WWI.Traveling across Picardy's broad green landscapes — once a bloody battleground — arrive at the Lochnagar Crater
From EUR165.00
New Zealand Somme and Arras Day Tour from Arras
"After meeting your guide at Arras you will head off to the Somme Battlefields. On route your guide will give you a comprehensive time line of WW1 from the causes to the outcome.Your first port of call is Lochnagar Crater here the Germans met the French Army on the 'race to the see' and due to the proximity of the trenches extensive mining occurred. The crater there is the largest of the 17 mines that were detonated on the opening offensive of the Battle of the Somme.You will then make your way to Caterpillar Valley Cemetery where the Unknown Warrior was exhumed in 2004. From the New Zealand Memorial you will get an excellent view of High Wood and Flers - this is the area where the New Zealanders went into action in the Battle of the Somme 15th September 1916. At the Thiepva an excellent film showing original footage from War here the Somme Offensive is set out in an easy to digest format
From EUR198.00

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We had Moules et Frites in the square in Le Crotoy, laid on by the local Pompiers, proceeds to their funds. As ever, very tasty! We ate from trays on wooden tables and benches laid out under the...
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Mussels and fries, just like home :-)

August 15th is often the occasion for some festivities. The firemen of Le Crotoy had organized a giant open-air event, where we could eat mussels and fries, or grilled sausages for a really small...
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