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... every night at 8pm. The gate has the names of 56,000 allied soldiers who were killed in action in this area, but have no grave. The kids did an impromptu performance of O Valliant Heart under the gate.
We made an all too brief visit to the Flanders Fields Museum, where you could easily spend half a day browsing the touching, brutal and sometimes disturbing exhibits, before our lunch booking (roast pork, potato croquettes, veg and gravy).
On our ...
... it from them, but there was never a point to bring it up and then I didn't think it was nice to talk in French when others could not understand. Even after, he kept remarking that he couldn't believe I was able to speak French.
He was so nice, even before the discovery, he and Nathalie had invited us to visit them in Switzerland any time. Come to find out they are UPHILL skiers!!! They put sealskin on their skis so that the skis grip ...
... abuse for much of the trip. At times he seemed distracted, being absent for long periods. I imagined him to be staring blankly at the map, shaking his head and desperately looking for a familiar road name, just as I would do.
With the city behind us our focus was on Camping Groenveld (51.00509, 3.57229) in Dienze, our guide book listed the site as being popular with Dutch visitors, and we guessed ...
... recommended it as a cheap but filling meal and he was definitely right! The first stop after lunch was the square with every type of architecture since the Middle Ages. Every building had a different design yet they were all beautiful. Within the square was the church of holy blood. It sounds like a strange name until I heard that it holds (supposedly) a vile of Jesus blood that someone collected from his body after he came off the cross. I gave my offering so I ...
... project like this - look at those brick arches and the skills involved in the carpentry on the bridge"
Both - "OOOH - and what about that amazing cathedral!!"
Now, I could go on but you'll be pleased that I don't - it's tortuous stuff, and this conversation went on for hours. Thankfully, relief is in sight.
Brugge - Flanders - May 17th 2014
Yes, relief is indeed in sight, Mijnheer en Mevrouw tell me that I'll ...