B&B Lille Lezennes
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... of headstones for hundreds of meters. Back into Ypres for the nightly Last Post ceremony. 8pm every night for 90 years the locals have conducted this service. We arrive just before 7 and get front row positions. About 2000 people at this service tonight. An amazingly moving ceremony. Back to hotel at 9.30, out for a quick dinner and back to our hotel for bed. We are off to Pozieres tomorrow for 4 days. Unsure of wifi access there so you may not hear from us for a few ...
... that were pulled from the trench looked like the war that took place 100 years ago happened just yesterday.
Throughout the museum, actors, dressed in period gear, provided video accounts taken from the diaries of actual soldiers, nurses, and doctors. We each wore an electronic bracelet that triggered stations throughout the museum to provide characters and writings in English for our convenience.
Jake and Rich climbed over 231 stairs to the top of the ...
... Bloody brilliant.
Our guide Nathan was simply a genius- his knowledge was so extensive it made my ears bleed, in a manner of speaking!
This was always going to be a highlight on our itinerary- it well and truly lived up to our expectations.
We finished our huge day with our last dinner in Brugge. That didn't disappoint either.
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... stopped and I continued my journey home in blazing sunlight. By the time I got home I was exhausted. I had hoped to see the cathedral today but my feet said no. I stripped of my jeans, which were damp from the rain, put on a dress and just laid down to watch some french TV and get on Facebook and email. I get a phone call from Air Seychelles representative in Paris. After a couple of minutes of hello's the conversation was as follows; Rep "You luggage has been delivered but there was ...
... destruction of the city and the enormous loss of lives in Flanders in The Great War, when Ieper/Ypres (Wipers to the Tommies) was on the Front Line. After a few hours of this tragedy, there was a need for coffee and waffles and a sit in the sunshine for a moment's thought. We walked along the City Ramparts and returned to the camp site for an evening meal. We thought that the Last Post ceremony would be too much and put it off until ...