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... of religious relics and paintings. They had a really interesting exhibit on the second floor (which europeans refer to as the first floor; it's confusing), which featured pictures of and advice from people who were near death, called "Right Before I Die". Lot of life lessons on goals, love, regrets, ect.
Came back to hostel, sat down to write this. Will probably do beer tasting tonight (this post makes me sound like an alcoholic but I'm just ...
... tale world.An entry video explains the creation of this spectacle.. Who would have thought a chain saw, drills etc could create such works of art! Such talent out there..
In the midst of it all there is the obligatory "bar".. Hot chocolate ..best tasted so far..and various vodka shots.. Being almost 100% alcohol it doesn't freeze and warms the soul as well..Even a slippery ..well..Icey slide for a ...
... name a few. We are so impressed with the design and maintenance of all cemeteries, memorials and museums. The French government and the Commonwealth War Graves commission to a marvellous job. At 3.20pm we crossed the Belgium border on our way to Ypres, Ieper, or as the British soldiers called it 'wipers' and pronounced 'eep'! We arrived at our walled city at 4pm and drove around the one way cobblestone streets for a while, till we found our hotel (Kelly is a ...
... him. We climbed a very large tower which overlooked everything and you could imagine where the soldiers held their position to protect the town from this section of the hill. Cameron had also prearranged a personal visit to the secondary college which has an Australian Club. Great for us all to see how different the school was, the girls liked the cafeteria the best! They have an hour and half for lunch and work from 8:30 to 5:00pm. ...
... finally to visit a Commonwealth cemetery, which was immaculate.
Leaving Ypres, we headed to the south to a restored trench system known as "Bayernwald". After racing to the local village to get tickets before closing we entered the site, and had a wander inside them to get a feel for how soldiers had to spend their time, including seeing some of the dugouts where soldiers would have slept.