Entre Cour Et Jardin
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... young men came for treatment and many died.
The day is unlike any other. I am on a tour with 12 others, all from countries that make up the allied forces. In a bus we crisscross the 12 kilometers between Passchendaele and Ypres where a century ago, half a million soldiers died.
I think that is the first thing that strikes me. Thousands of men spent four years fighting over the same 12 kilometers. Now there is a beautiful corduroy ...
From beautiful Brugge we drove south west to Ypres. Along the way we stopped at some of the war memorials to the fallen soldiers. All this area is part of Flanders. We stopped at the Tyne Cot cemetery. It is the biggest commonwealth memorial. It was quite surreal looking at the walls knowing every name on the wall represents a soldier whose body was never found or identified.
Next we stopped at ...
Today I saw the seedy underground of Arras, well more damp than seedy. I started the day with a tour of the Boves. Arras is built over an old limestone mine. The mines were used up until the 19th century when the town expanded to the ground on top of them. They were abandoned at this time as the people figured it was probaly not a good idea to mine underneath the town. The Boves are a set of mine shafts under the town square. They go down as far as 12metres. During the two wars the ...
... we stopped and took photos.
Jumping back on the bikes, we rode into town, found the square, parked the bikes up in the sun, grabbed some beers and were mobbed, the bikes were superstars !!! So many people wanted to stop and talk, photos were taken, beers were drunk, and 90 minutes later, we finally crossed our finish line !!!
Dinner was held in Gent, and to celebrate finishing, we polished off a plate of Flemish stew with frites !!!
... pace. Whilst the kids are thriving on it we are a little exhausted so are stopping to smell the poppies in Ypres. A regroup and ponder on things learnt so far before we tackle France. We are a little hesitant to leave these endless rolling bike paths!! Enjoy! Love Lou, Tom, Charlie and ...