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... associations placed wreaths. Buglers of the local volunteer Fire Brigade arrive and stand ready at the eastern entrance of the Menin Gate Memorial. The idea of the daily sounding of the Last Post - the traditional salute to the fallen warrior - was that of the Superintendant of the Ypres Police. The Menin Gate Memorial on the east side of Ypres was thought to be the most appropriate location for the ceremony. Originally this was the location of the old city ...
... Immodium, asked me to remain in my cabin for the rest of the day and said that she would send up some forms for me to complete. We also got a visit (two actually – a few hours apart) from the housekeeping staff who sprayed all the main touch areas of the cabin. I was given a form to order light meals from room service – which was delivered with the staff wearing a mask and I had to call them to collect the ...
... the canals. It was a nice,
though cramped, overview of the city from the canals. We went in and out
of various canals, each leading to a different discovery.
Once the boat tour was over we
meandered along the streets, past a small flea market where vendors were
selling much of the same type of antiques and crafts you would see in the
states but many more you would not. There was one vendor with a selection
of old keys from all ...
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We left the Europiiad in Luxembourg Monday morning and drove the short distance across the seamless border into Belgium. Our objective was the abbey of Maredsous, where we'd arranged
to participate in a short walk through this lovely rural region of Belgium. We were met there by Michel, a very warm-hearted Belgian who led us on the shortest version of the walk starting from the Maredsous Abbey. There's no town here - just the abbey, famous for beer and cheese production, and ...