Ascotel Villeneuve Hotel
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... the vast numbers of war dead so much more real and comprehensible when you see all the headstones, the lists of thousands upon thousands of names & you see the gratitude of the local people & the esteem which they still hold for those countries & to the efforts of the men from these often far off places. Rest assured the bravery and sacrifice will never be forgotten. ...
... person myself, but this is some of the best beer I have ever had. Even the dark chocolate coloured beers slide smoothly into my stomach. I test four different beers and then, feeling refreshed, I stand outside to watch the pros ride the route I just completed.
Today is the E3 Hazelbeke race, so professional racers are going riding much of the route I just finished. As they thunder past me I feel a wave ...
... t write well enough to do this place justice other than to tell you, Belgium was neutral territory, the civilians didn't deserve the vast devastation that was the complete destruction of their country and all of those who went to war to fend off the German forces didn't deserve the death they came to but the memorials around Ieper are a small consultation for their ...
... rise in the land. Of over 1000 only 20% escaped casualty. Here we walked the actual battlefield replete with the allied and German trenches and no-man's land preserved for posterity. This with the interpretive Center is very moving experience. All the staff here as at Vimy are interns from Canada on a three month term. Long drive to Metz Dinner at Di Carla Ibis ...
... cemeteries here hadn't died in battle but day to day trench warfare.
After a bit of time back at the B & B we then headed off to the Menin Gate for the Last Post played at 8pm and where three of the St Andrew's kids were laying a wreath (you apply to be able to do this) as were Pymble Ladies College. We arrived at 7:40 and it was already packed. We found the SACS group towards the middle. Greg joined them but I moved up the end to be able to see the four firemen who play ...