Kyriad Lille Centre Gares
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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 ...
... in the country side which was beautiful it was easier, went through lots of little villages and stopped in Perrone and visited a graveyard of foreign soldiers Museum of the Great War. Had dinner in family bistro and finally made it to our hotel, the Novotel which was ...
... there is an inscription stating Known to God. It reminded me of God's concern for each individual person who has ever lived. Tonight we had the privilege of witnessing the Last Post service at Menin Gate, Ypres which is held every night at 8 pm. Tomorrow we will visit Fromelle and Vimy Ridge before returning to Lille and onto ...
It is divisively getting fall here.We Celebrated Peter Model,s Birthday on an Boat in the Lake of Constance which was very nice. Then Leaving Switzerland in my Bristol to England to have it Serviced . On the way refueling in France I got really bad Biofuel which was completely yellow and left me stranded on the Freeway after a few miles. Had to take the 3 Solex Carburetor s apart ...
... 3rd Division had trained in England, prior to traveling to Flanders in November 1916. They were called the "Lark Hill Lancers", due to the misconception that they had been enjoying the good life in England whilst the other four divisions had been fighting hard in France.
The battle at Messines commenced at 3.10am on 7 June with the detonation of 500 tonnes of ammona in 24 mines, dug by tunnellers under the German lines over the previous ...