Appart'City Lille Euralille
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... stories of various people during the war. Emotional stuff. We also went for a walk along the ramparts of the town, starting at the Menin Gate, across the Lille Gate and as far as the ramparts now go. There was a wonderful display of posters and stories about promoting peace in the world. I think I read every word on every poster, I was so impressed. I also made Rob climb 231 narrow winding stairs ...
... is now a gorgeous little French Village with narrow cobble streets, a church, a few shops and restaurants and quaint houses, no physical scars have been left but the constant reminder in the form of the Australian Memorial Park and Pheasant Wood Cemetery is ever present.
This battle began 19 July 1916 and ended 20 July 1916. It began with a small British contingent and our Aussies, right in the heart of Fromelles. It started at ...
... but since it took 3+ hours, we decided to take a short cut across the ploughed fields where, in WWI, the Hindenburg Line had crossed and the soldiers had tried to push back. Walking through the field, even though it was dry, was still very difficult and we commented how difficult it would have been to be weighed down by their packs, with gunfire all around and the threat of being shot, as well as it being sticky mud when wet. The Digger statue in ...
... day we drove to Ghent where we were pleasantly surprised by our humungous room, especially Tom who was sleeping on a double bed for the first time in about 2 months.
... I am reminded of that assumption because children are so innocent and free to be who they are. Children show the truth and typically children exhibit joy, peace and happiness. It’s unfortunate that people can lose track of the simple things and life. I know I am getting deep here but I also believe that it may come full circle again later in life when you’re not so distracted with trivial things that seem important when in the middle ...