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... videotaped the ceremony thank goodness! I will share with you later. The Menin Gate - is a memorial to all British and commonwealth soldiers (except New Zealand and Newfoundland) that have no known grave - over 55,000!!! The ceremony has taken place every evening at 8pm since 1927 - except during German occupation during WWII. It was standing room only at the ceremony this evening Looong day - looking forward to bed ...
... quiet contemplation. A museum was about 200m away so we paid the €10 entry fee and went in (on Jan de Ruyter's recommendation). It had a series of old wooden stereoscopic viewers showing many photos of war and life in the trenches. There was no sensoring of the photos so the grim and raw reality hit home. Outside there's a series of original trenches in the woodland garden. Again the reality of what life must have been like and the fear they ...
... and cereal. You will not starve that is for sure!
... 8211; where are you going, this
time he says Brugge. He did not look like a crazy guy or anything, so
I entered the car. I am just looking in my map, and he is looking in
it as well, to know where to go :D. He asks me if I want to go by the
highway or take the coastal road where it is beautiful.
the coastal road, but we could not really see the sea anyway, so we
went back to the highway. We drove in Brugge and ...
... wealthy trading city until its connection with the North Sea silted up. They were unable to clear the canal, their beloved female ruler died young, and her husband did not like Bruges and removed their favorable treatment. People began to move to Antwerp, and eventually to Amsterdam, which retained its status as the principal trading city in the country. The houses vacated by those leaving were just left standing for hundreds ...