B&B Lille Lezennes
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Lot happening today folks...Another amble through the gorgeous city centre... Different streets, different discoveries
.. It's into Ice Magic we venture is a Bruges tradition to present Ice Sculptures Festival during the winter. Every year there are suitable topics that fascinate young and old and brings an unprecedented aspect of Bruges under the loop.Bruges is proud to announce a world first: its own ...
No matter where you drive, you always see wind turbines. Sometimes a few, sometimes fields or rows of them. As we drive towards these scattered locations, notice the fields have drying corn, others sprouts of green or some obscure green crop. Piled ready for collection are gigantic heaps of sugar beet and potatoes, enormous haystacks, even though there's limited livestock seen, and farmers busy ploughing, cutting, gathering.
... South Africa and other dominions were also identified on the walls. A large number of senior military personel were present. Turned out there was a military legal conference happening at the time, so all attendees showed up for the Last Post.
The band marched off playing Scotland the Brave.
By this time it was both late and cold. Headed back to the station, only to ...
... that bit) Silence. Rep "Would you like the address?" Me "Yes, Qui, Qui" I get the address (finally) and I recognised the street name. It was just down he road. I put on my shoes and sore feet be damned I was off, charging down the street. I got there around 6.35. I was checking my watch along the and I knew I wasn't going to make it by 6.30 but I was praying they closed just a little late. No luck. They closed on time, so close and yet so far. Thankfully there was a bottle shop on the way ...
... Flanders Fields Museum. This has changed since 2010 Being more user interactive but still, of course, very interesting. We decided to climb to the Bell Tower which was where the cats were thrown from in the middle ages. The Ieper townsfolk decided that there were too many cats so decided to get rid of them. Of course the rats came, along with the Plague. The bells were ringing as we climbed and there was ...