B&B Lille Euralille Grand Palais
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... a beautiful painting. I’m just trying to show something here. The one on the bottom by Peter Paul Rubens isn’t even a real painting and yet it shines out as being amazing. It’s actually just a rough draft for a full wall painting he did.
The highlight of the museum for me was a couple of Rodin statues they had on display. The final picture (pic 8) shows the beauty of his work coupled with a gorgeous Monet in the ...
... Noddy)...... plenty of time to reflect and say a prayer for all those who gave their lives. Then back to Lille Station, where from there we walked back to accommodation for the night. All in all, very sobering..... (and it's so cold..!) Thoroughly recommend Backroads Touring - they were ...
... The Lochnagar mine was the largest of the 17 mines the exploded on the first day of the Battle of the Somme. Debris from the explosion rose some 4,000 feet into the air. The explosion created a created of 300 feet across and 70 feet deep. I visited many other grave and memorial sites along the way. There was just not enough time to see everything and some things were closed due to work being carried out to preserve the monuments and grave sites for the future. ...
... weeks with Tom had been a blast. We were really thrilled we could spend some time with him and show him around Europe on his first big trip. Although it was sad to part ways we were already looking forward to meeting up with him again in the UK in early August to hear tales of the drunken debauchery that occurs when there's no parental supervision.
The next few blogs from me will now be unfiltered and unedited as I travel off on my own through France, Belgium (again) and into Germany. Stay tuned!
... German cemetery we had been to and seeing the names of the thousands of students, who can hardly be called soldiers, you realize that most of these people probably never wanted to fight and it is not so easy to label them as the enemy or the aggressors.
From Langemark, we headed back towards Ypres and along the way, stopped at the Essex Farm memorial. This was the site where Lieutenant-Colonel John McCrae wrote “In Flanders Fields”, while ...