B&B Lille Euralille Grand Palais
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... sway in the wind. There is an odd feeling of peace here. We turn a corner and sticking out of the hill is a bunker. One hundred years later it still stands crumbling on one side but mainly intact. Visitors have left poppies and thank you notes that poke out from inside the thin windows.
This place and most of the memorials from World War 1 in Flanders were not touched during World War 2. Our guide tells us there was an unspoken ...
From beautiful Brugge we drove south west to Ypres. Along the way we stopped at some of the war memorials to the fallen soldiers. All this area is part of Flanders. We stopped at the Tyne Cot cemetery. It is the biggest commonwealth memorial. It was quite surreal looking at the walls knowing every name on the wall represents a soldier whose body was never found or identified.
Next we stopped at ...
... to capture Mouquet farm. During those 7 weeks the AIF suffered 23,000 casualties of whom nearly 7,000 died. In beans woods, carved into the monorail branch on this site of the ruin of the windmill marks a ridge more densely sown with Australian sacrifice than any other place on earth. The Lochnagar crater was formed at 7.28am on Saturday 1 July 1916. It was created by the detonation of a huge mine placed beneath the German front line. The mine was packed with 60,000 lbs ...
... What a change from C, sorry but I will not say the name. I must admit it rattled me more than I thought as yesterday before leaving the hotel I had to take a few deep breaths to get out of the hotel.
I went to a cafe on Tuesday for dinner, excellent, and when I went past last night the waiter came over and spoke to me with a big smile and "welcome Madam nice to see you again" guess where I ate? ...
... as the Australian Memorial there. We also saw some of the old trenches that have been preserved, as well as visiting the two cemeteries where Charles and Andrew were buried. ( There are over 1000 Commonwealth Cemeteries that lie along this section of the western Front area)At the end of the day we finished up in a lovely, unique, hotel in Cambrai called Hotel Beatus and we sat in their flower filled garden and enjoyed a much needed drink. We then had dinner ...