Appart'City Lille Euralille
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... so I could easily figure out where I was.
The only people who speak English here are Museum personnel so I’ve had to be a little bit bolder and try my hand at French. I’m starting to understand more when I read stuff but I just can’t catch on when people speak. It’s frustrating. I am very proud of myself though for going out to a sit down dinner tonight though. The last time I did I felt so dumb I’ve ...
In the evening, campsite sounded like a good opportunity to get a full night of sleep. Not on this camping or better....trailerpark. Because we were right across from the reception/trailerhome of the "Maitre" we knew it was him that got out at about 6:30 in the morning, constantly "shumbling" (when somebody thinks his wife is half-deaf (she isn't) and this somebody tries to explain a whole lot of things to her while on the way from the trailer to the car, with a ...
... in Amiens at the Central ANZAC Hotel. It's a small, comfortable, family owned hotel not far from the railway station. We arrived early Tuesday and after booking in, decided to stroll around the town.
Amiens has a population of about 80,000 so it's a bit smaller than Bendigo, and it is a beautiful city. Amiens cathedral is truly magnificent, and is larger and older than Notre Dame in Paris. The exterior is a maze of carvings, and the stained ...
... and shelling all around. The citizens of Ieper and surrounding areas certainly had their share of suffering. Eventually, the fighting was so bad in WW1 that the total civilian population was evacuated from the area and after this, there town was flattened and destroyed.
Interesting though, apparently Hitler, as a junior soldier in the First War, did have an understanding of, and empathy for, those who were killed in WW1. ...
... bit smaller, the cobbled alleys and with the stereotypical cathedral that you just knew was going to be called Notre Dame. Checked out the museums and the big memorial where they do the ANZAC Day commemorations on the way home, then managed to return the hire car and its silly left sided steering wheel. Can't say I'm looking forward to renewing my rivalry with the round-abouts in Europe any time soon, they are ...