Le Jardin d'Alix
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... and it is still run by the same family. The property is where Romans used to change horses during long journeys. They could stop here for a beer and a rest if they wish. What is so neat is until recently the brewery would delivery beers personally to resident’s houses. Delivery men would knock on the door and give them a case and a few extra to try with new draughts. What treatment!
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... with people I don't know, in a very intense and intimate way. I know that some people won't agree, but then again some people like to look back to the Evy I used to be, and I am convinced that people do change!
Moreover I am way stronger than I thought I was, mentally and physically, but also weaker than I thought and sometimes I can be sad about things that lay beyond my control or people that have hurt me before.
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A wet, windy and cool day to visit Tyne Cot cemetery, Ypres and the Vimy Ridge memorial. Tyne Cot is the largest Commonwealth War cemetery with over 12,000 soldiers from the Great War buried there. The cemetery is in the village of Passchendaele. We started there this morning with the rain and the rain kept following us. After Tyne Cot, we went into Ypres for a visit at the Menin ...
... Spanish Flu and various Commonwealth graves. The British made the decision that no British soldiers would be expatriated. New Zealanders were usually buried close to where they fell. It also began as they all did (until lack of room dictated a change) with officers being buried in the rows in front of their soldiers. As they were buried in coffins their spaces were wider than the soldiers who were simply wrapped in a blanket. Any place where there was a wider distance or a gap ...
... 30 seconds when the train departed... no whistle, no warning just off we went. 45 mins later we arrived in Arras. We were standing at the fount of the station looking for our marked tour van when a bloke came right up into my personal space and said "right then, you looking for me luv"... turned out I was... it was John, our tour guide. John was an excellent tour guide (who misses me already)... He's a pom with a passion for and an extensive knowledge of ...