Le Jardin d'Alix
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... battle sites, hill 60, 62....all along the horizon was the frontline. Canada had responsibility for a portion of this area and was the first to be gassed in a war. While other country's in the line next to them collapsed (I'll keep names out of it) in a panic from the effects of the gas....some how the Canucks (there was a chemist in the crowd and once he sensed Chlorine...he passed the work to pee in a rag an cover your mouth with it...and it worked. ...
... as they were lovely. After a quick breakfast and before we went back on to the canal and first lock we motored down to take a look at the new marina being constructed with new long lengths of pontoon and some finger pontoons added further down. There was also a very posh looking Capitainerie with all amenities to come, no doubt. Anzin is a city that has recognised the potential boating holiday makers and the money their good facilities will attract.
... I potentially forgot. No stress, apparently they accept Visa in Dubai too.
As could be expected, there are different challenges to overcome (current, past and future). First challenge is the suitcase. How many kilo's can I cram into a Samsonite? Based on experience, a lot apparently. I guess the most attention goes to my shirts - nicely ironed and folded - ...
... dirty". France had placed all her troops on her border with Germany, not expecting the Germans to come through Belgium because Belgium was neutral, but this is exactly what the Germans did and it took the French by surprise. They had their defence in the wrong place. So Britain then entered the war against Germany as Britain was allied to France but also was obliged to defend Belgium under a 75 year old treaty. ...
... grand memorial to 55000 British/Commonwealth soldiers that died in battle but have no known graves. The gate stands above the houses all around and is one of the main entrances to the town, an entry across the water that surrounds the inner town and a route used by the soldiers out of Ypres onto the salient into battle. Once again, it was very sobering right up until the point when a group of lads drove through the gate wearing Arab gowns, with pastelled ...