BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Alize
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... things missing at the time. I saw that the computer was gone as soon as I got up around 7. I woke Stan and he walked into the nearby houses and had someone call the police. They showed up about 2 hours later and asked a few questions in French, took a couple of photos and the took me off to the police station to make a formal report, because I spoke French. That was one of the harder parts of the day. Stan and are usually,meet difficult fences together and neither of ...
... not 100's. The advice we had was to get there by 7 pm , we were but so were a couple of hundred others before us 2nd row back and had a glimpse of the buglers worth doing but an important ceremony somewhat marred by its fame. Dinner at a place in the square Flanders beef & beer stew , ham hock cooked in beer and a couple of beers the Belgians really do like their ...
... was about the enormity of the number of soldiers killed during the WW1 and the indelible mark left on the landscape in Belgium and France. It had always pulled at my heart strings and pricked interest and something that has I am proud to say has also rubbed off on Tristan so a pilgrimage was planned. John was also of similar ilk. We are on our way to Tyne Cot but take a side step to a place called Polygon Wood Cemetary just out of Zonnebeke, a ...
... turned into a world war one Memorial and it is a brilliant display of how the battles raged around this once quite village and turned it into a major departure point for the British and Commonwealth soldiers as they all passed through this village and thru the now renowned Menin Gate, this is part of the reason i came to visit this Gate.
At 8pm every night they hold a ceremony called the last post as a sign of respect not just to the fallen but also to the Soldiers ...
... a walk through wheat fields to the memorial and remnants of a WW1 trench. We were told last night by a man at the Gate that it was not to be missed and what great advice.
Then on to Villers-Bretoneux and the cemetery and later into the town and Victoria School which was originally built in 1920's from money's sent over from country Victoria. In the playground is a sign which says "Do ...