Le Jardin d'Alix
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... walk to see the precious books. What a fascinating chapter in the story of the preservation and dissemination of the Bible.
They had many other books on display from the early years of printing. And they had an excellent demonstration of how printing was done at the time, from the production of the type dies, to the selection of paper, to the creation of ink, to the ...
... on...but secretly I wonder where I will be this time next year :D
So I'm back in the so-called 'civilized' world, a world without the hyena 'whoo-hoo-oop', the lion roaring or the elephant trumpeting in the middle of the night. A world where cows, chickens, donkeys and goats don't just walk free in the middle of the Streets. A world where you don't have to wait for hours for one coffee or a sandwich, go to several supermarkets to find plain yoghurt, find ...
... It's not that bad, just very strategic packing required) Nice breakfast and shared the venue with a group of ex British servicemen here on a pilgrimage. After 7 weeks of continual news Scotland didn't vote to leave the UK, maybe that will be the last we will here of it. Our main priority was to spend several hours in the In Flanders Field Museum. We were very impressed with the displays of memorabilia, the recreation of scenes, the ...
... farmland what was the battlegrounds. The whole area is very flat and there is a small incline to the ridge which the Germans held giving them then advantage. Since there has been rain recently you could see how muddy it already was even with modern technology to help drain the fields. We could only imagine what it was like for them, having just had one of the wettest summers (and 72 hours of nonstop rain), the battlefield was ...
... New Zealanders who had no known grave and so their names are written on the walls. We wandered through the wood, where there were a number of British & German pillbox remains but off the walking paths it was very overgrown by ferns in one part and blackberries everywhere else. The trees here were planted after the war as it was completely ravished at the beginning of the war, as was everywhere around here. As the land beside the cemetery was being ploughed by its farmer, ...