Le Jardin d'Alix
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... rest and prepare the suitcases. A quick walk round the centre has us looking forward to really seeing it in depth. The Stadhuis is grand and there are restaurants and clothing stores galore. We found a wine bar and then a restaurant for a quick pasta before watching England lose a tight game against Wales. You ...
... Station, three flight of stairs, and when we got onto the platform, we discovered an escalator!! We had to change at Ghent, but we had twenty minutes, which we knew would be plenty. Except....our train was late, and by the time we got to the platform at Ghent, (via the escalator), the Ypres intercity was just closing its doors. Fortunately they run every hour, so we finally arrived here at 3.30. If we'd known that, we could have saved ourselves the ...
... walking into a barn full of animals that we've been taught could kill us is very daunting.
The barn was all concrete, with steel gates that could be swung to the side to let the bulls into the next pen for grouping reasons. The bulls were fed a diet that included vegetable waste. It was interesting to see how wet the the feed was, and smell the vegetable waste.
... any deviation advice.Oh well, turn right and we will go where we will go... and it all duly came out in the wash, as it were.
A few little flurries of wrong turns in Ypres meant we saw more than planned, which was all to the good... Our first impressions of the Groote Maarkt and the centre of Ypres were of total surprise and wonder. What a stunning place!
The Hotel O is in the best possible location and our room looks out onto ...
... enactments going on all over the grounds. Our ride back included a coffee stop where we caught up on Tour de France news. Bike riding finally ceased at around 5 o'clock and we took the car to visit a very different interpretation of memorials at the German cemetery. This was quite stark with no flowers, no white crosses, just lots of grey and black. We were told that the German people felt that to make it ...