Le Jardin d'Alix
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... played by four belgian servicemen.. This is a nightly ritual at 8pm, rail or shine..The bond between the Belgians & the Commonwealth allies is stronger today than ever.. So honoured to have been part of tonight's service.
Another day draws to a close with a relaxing train ride and a final walk through the beauty of Bruges as we leave for another destination tomorrow.. Another story no doubt!
We decided to stay in town today, there is plenty of things to see and do . We walked along the ramparts to the Menin Gate another memorial to 55,000 soldiers without a known grave ,an imposing entry to the town. More later . The cloth hall has the Flanders Fields Museum in it , very impressive multimedia display of WW 1 , it saved us going out for more carnage. We went back ...
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... which overlooked a canal to the front and surrounded by lush greenery all around.
We then walked back into the centre of the town to "In Flanders Fields Museum" which was a world class learning experience for all. It was a highly interactive experience with many audiovisual displays which really engaged everyone while at the same time paying respects to the at times heartbreaking or at others fascinating stories of war.
After that we crossed over the ...
... this moving memorial to the fallen. At times, up to 1,000 visitors have gathered at night for this Service. Last night, we had about 150 – 200 gather in the cold evening air, to watch and listen. A group of four buglers, from the Association established for this purpose, played the Last Post – the Ode was recited, followed by a 1 minute silence – a wreath laid, then Revelli played. It is amazing to see that after such ...