B&B Hotel Lille Lezennes Stade Pierre Mauroy
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... my eye caught by the "odd." For example, I can’t remember the last time I saw a statue with a severed head on it (pic 1). I was also noticing how disfigured the faces are of those who are whipping Jesus (pic 2). That’s not necessarily odd, it makes sense they carved them that way. They’re “bad” guys. It was just interesting because all the other carvings weren’t like that so it stood out.
... and pilgrims. Various additions and repairs were made in the 1700's. It is mostly in ruins now, except for the visitor wing which has been rebuilt for a conference and weddings and parties center. The grounds include the abbey church ruins, ruins of the cloisters, several,of the gardens - it was a huge property and must have been enormously wealthy for several centuries. They brew a beer called Abbaye d'Aulne. It was sampled and highly approved especially the brune and ...
Before we head over to the Continent for six months or so, it was time to make a quick visit to Reading, to STJ Motorhomes, where we purchased Oscar, so that we can get a few things fixed. All I can say is that Stephen, Chris & Dan went out of their way to help us and were extremely helpful, even down to allowing us to stay overnight in the yard. We managed to get everything fixed, some new things ordered that we will collect when ...
... as we stood looking at fields with newly planted crops our guide tells us about how in winter when yhere are no crops its not unusual to see bones in these fields, all the fields that were once part of the western front. we did find shrapnel on the edge of a few of these fields and many cirners of fields are littered with rubbish as the farmers call it from the war. looking at the soil it full of debri and rocks, this really brought home the reality of what happened here ...
... to see all those names on the wall. We then went to a small private museum near Hill 60 where a Belgian family started a museum in the 1920s and it hasn’t changed. They have collected so much memorabilia from the war and in their backyard are the only fully intact trenches which they have kept as they found them when they returned after the war. It gives you a good insight into just how narrow and muddy they ...