Cosy's Lille Vauban
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... is extremely touristy. However, go out a few blocks and you’re in a normal town with modern houses and skyscrapers. It is definitely bigger than Amiens and, thankfully, has a much easier to navigate transit system. Trying to get to the Amiens train station this morning was a huge drama. I clocked 2 miles before 9:30 and that was even with taking a bus (yes, in the right direction. sheesh.) In Lille, they had the next stop proudly displayed on ...
... Paris or Avignon...... it's cold!) Nope, no beanies - told us they were now stocking all summer hats! The town area reminded me just a little of Brugge, with the old buildings..... found an old Church (read Bryan..... Not ANOTHER one!) Back to hotel ready for an early start ...
Well it was a pretty non eventful day. The train was the same as all the other. Arriving in Lille after only an hours ride, I found my way to the hostel, only a short walk from the train station. This will be my home for the next 5 nights. Checking in, I head back towards the train station to find a car to hire for 2 days. Euro car had one for two day for Wednesday and Thursday. Heading to a bar after that for a beer and eventually dinner then to ...
... another good meal with lots of laughter. Thats the way you do it, be friends with the stranger, provide good food.
The hotel was fine and the staff really helpful BUT at 01.30 in the morning a very loud roaring sound that goes onto 03.30 ish and can be heard through the double glazing. As it has been hot here I had the window open and I nearly fell out of bed the first night. I gather it comes ...
... ambulances to more permanent hospitals and aid stations behind the line. We walked around the site and as with nearly all the other war memorials or cemeteries, it appeared so peaceful. Essex Farm was right alongside a canal and all the others were mostly surrounded by farm fields with almost all traces of battle erased. On the way out of the cemetery, we came across the grave of V.J. Strudwick (killed in 1916, at only 15 years of age), one of the youngest who fought during the ...