ON THE TRAIL

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There are great spots to stay, eat and drink along the Aus­tralian Re­mem­brance Trail, with sights such as his­toric Ar­ras and its grand squares and town hall with soar­ing bel­fry, and pretty Amiens, home to the largest clas­sic Gothic church in France. Re­con­structed Ypres is a plea­sure to walk around. Stay at Ari­ane Ho­tel

( Slachthuis­straat 58, Ypres; www.ari­ane.be) and eat at Het Mo­ment ( Bot­er­straat 42, Ypres; www. het­mo­men­tieper.be), where the steak is rec­om­mended. In Fromelles, dine at Le

( 24 Rue Neuve, Fromelles; +33 3 20 50 60 77).

For Bul­le­court, stay at the or­nate Le Corne d’Or ( 1 Place Guy Mol­let, Ar­ras; www.lamaisond­hotes.com) in Ar­ras, an el­e­gant B&B.

At the Sir John Monash Cen­tre end of the trail, stay at Hô­tel Marotte ( 3 Rue Marotte, Amiens; www. ho­tel-marotte.com). There are many ex­cel­lent places to eat in Amiens — try the seafood at

La Brasserie Jules

( 18 Boule­vard d’Al­sace Lor­raine, Amiens; www.brasserie-jules.fr). At Cor­bie, stay at the gor­geous Le Ma­cas­sar ( 8 Place de la République, Cor­bie; www.lemacas­sar.com) and eat at La Caro­line ( 6 Place Roger Salen­gro, Cor­bie; www.hotel­restau­rant­lac­aro­line.fr), where the beef skew­ers are ex­cel­lent. Also rec­om­mended is Ho­tel L’Ab­ba­tiale

( 9 Place Jean Cate­las, Cor­bie; +33 3 22 48 40 48), lo­cated op­po­site Cor­bie Abbey.

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