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... that was only discovered recently. It was part of the Yorkshire offensive and is currently being restored. We then stopped at a place called Essex Farm. It is the exact location that John McCrae wrote In Flanders Fields. It was in a series of bunkers that were used by the Canadian troops as a hospital. The bunkers have been restored along with a memorial cemetery. At Ypres itself there is a ...
... the other passengers with our singing and dancing as we entered the French roads, making our way over to the Belgian border, and our first city of the day - Ypres. Being Kevin I had sussed out the sights, prices, and car parking arrangements for us all, and we headed straight to the centre of town before the Market closed down. After this we headed over to the Menin Gate, the ...
... to lille in the dark with it raining and peak hour was fun. Just like driving in Sydney during peak hour. Filling up with fuel just outside lille. Making my way back to the car park and handing the keys back. Although the car was in one piece it was extremely muddy. I might have found a few muddy tracks on my travels today. I'm glad I don't have to wash it as well. Having dinner with some people that I meet on my travels we settled in for a few drinks and probably not enough ...
... metro. the metro should pay the hotel to put in triple glazing and airconditioning at the frount.
Last night there were loads of Police in town in full riot gear, yes I did pay my bill, also army with big guns. Mind you this is an army town with special forces out at an old fort (16 century).
I had my first icecream of the trip yesterday, lemon sorbet so sharp it makes you pucker up lovely.
... and headed next for a section of the Givenchy battlefied, this time west of the town and approaching the trenchlines from the British side. Yesterday I looked on from the German side.
It is amazing how much time you can kill fossicking around a WW1 battlefield, especially when the ground has been turned over by the farmer and is fallow or freshly planted. Most of the areas I have visited this time have had almost fully grown crops which makes it very difficult to poke ...