Entre Cour Et Jardin
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... a beautiful painting. I’m just trying to show something here. The one on the bottom by Peter Paul Rubens isn’t even a real painting and yet it shines out as being amazing. It’s actually just a rough draft for a full wall painting he did.
The highlight of the museum for me was a couple of Rodin statues they had on display. The final picture (pic 8) shows the beauty of his work coupled with a gorgeous Monet in the ...
... 2 hours so not too bad.
The museum is very informative and well worth the visit. The complete history of WWI. Such a crazy war – both sides sitting in a stalemate situation for 4 years with the front line going back and forth over about 4km.
Walked out to the memorials and cemetery at Polygon Wood and the Buttes New British Cemetery. About 3km (no buses). Then back to Zonnebeke. I ...
... in mud and rain. We got to the Gard du Nord about 11:00 to pick up a car for our trip north. Mercifully it included a GPS system with a lovely Patient British guide we de de to call Lucy, who never gets annoyed when you do not follow her instructions and doesn't t keep saying "turn around", or " recalculating". She got us through the somewhat heavy Paris traffic onto the A1 past Charles de Gaulle airport, whereupon we got off the freeway and figured out how ...
... cemetery. It is the German government who maintains it to this day. As a result of this being a small piece of land and with so many bodies to bury, there are 7 to 8 soldiers to one plot. We also went to the fields where the Battle for Passendaele took place. There we viewed the monument commemorating the fallen soldiers. Surrounding the monument are the fields of Passendaele - rolling peaks and valleys and flatland. One ...
keep moving to try to keep warm but it didn’t help too much. We caught
the same bus back , but unfortunately it did not take the same route
back and therefor we missed the museum, but found ourselves back at the
train station and in desperate need of food, all that we found was a
little petrol station with chocolate and marshmallow biscuits and chips,
so with a feast in our hands we headed back wait for the next train.
It had ...