Entre Cour Et Jardin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... A very moving service with buglers and flag bearers. Lots of spectators. While waiting the hour or so for the service to begin we met a few guys from the Scottish military (Alistair), funny blokes! After the service our whole tour group went for dinner together, which was fun, a few beers, wines and some local fare, 'Flemish Stew'; a beef stewed with beer, it was ...
... themselves in this strategic position. In April 1917, Canadian soldiers were successful in taking and holding Vimy Ridge. Hill 145, where the monument is positioned, is the highest point along the ridge.
Further within the site, are the preserved trenches and tunnels from that time. From both sides. Paul went through the tunnels but I declined, knowing the limits of both my claustrophibia and imagination. Extensive ...
... little remained but rubble. And the dead.
A really chilly day with a noticeable breeze, so into a local cafe for what turned out to be an excellent lunch. Tomato soup that was divine and then an incredible pesto pasta.
To Menenpoort/Menin Gate, a memorial arch built by the British Government to honour all those (Empire soldiers) who lost their lives in and around Ypres, but have ...
... were reinforced and used as bomb shelters for the townsfolk. The first level was quite damp as the rainwater from above seeped down into the limestone. Then the guide pointed out layers of flint packed into the stone to make it water proof. The second level down was quite dry, but very small. The doorways were tiny. We climbed one ver narrow spiral staircase which was quite tight for my broad frame. It must have been ver scary down there, with little light, hearing the bombs go ...
After breakfast, Frankie and I cycled to the Aldi shop in Handzame a few kilometres from the house. We bought a little top secret something for family at home. Cool easterly breeze behind us as we rode home again. Billy finished his "homework" and we set off north to a German military cemetery near Diksmuide. Like the one we visited near Ypres, this seemed to lack maintenance. Presumably the defeated nation did not have resources, access and co-operation from the ...