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... of Glory
We will always be glad we were there that morning.
From there we went to Thiepval, which is the largest British Memorial. Thiepval sits on the heights of the Somme, and was held by the Germans, who used the position to fire down on the French troops in the Ancre valley below. On 1 July 100,000 inexperienced British soldiers from the Pals Battalions went “over the top” of their trenches and attacked ...
... museum to the viewing platform of the bell tower. He hasn't forgiven me yet. But he will! Besides, I'm the driver and he'll want a lift to Lille tomorrow ;). Another big event today, Rob bought a new suitcase so the cupboard is being left behind! The main event was, of course, the tribute to the local fire brigade who have been playing the Last a post each evening at Menin Gate since 1928. There was ...
... stopped and I continued my journey home in blazing sunlight. By the time I got home I was exhausted. I had hoped to see the cathedral today but my feet said no. I stripped of my jeans, which were damp from the rain, put on a dress and just laid down to watch some french TV and get on Facebook and email. I get a phone call from Air Seychelles representative in Paris. After a couple of minutes of hello's the conversation was as follows; Rep "You luggage has been delivered but there was ...
... Thankfully she found no evidence of explosives, and said she would reseal it and send it off.
She didn't check under the stamp for drugs though, so that was a close thing.
The ferry was swarming with red ants... a large school party all bedecked with bright red baseball caps, at least 80% of them worn back to front, for good measure.
Bacon baguettes seemed the right way to go, so we put up no resistance and bought into it.
... by the Germans and which was used as an advanced dressing station for the wounded, after its capture. At the end of 1918 it contained 343 graves, but then grew as thousands of remains from the surrounding battlefields were brought in.
It continues to grow even today, as remains are still uncovered during many construction works on the old Western Front. With 11958 burials - 3587 of them identified, it is the largest Commonwealth War ...