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We are in Poperinge, in a family hotel in the Gross Markt. It is very peaceful and soo relaxed after Paris. The locals all seem to sit in the sun in the afternoon and early evening and are (as they all insist on telling us, and we are quite happy to fit in with) home and tucked up in bed by 9.15. We have learned some things here and en-route on the trains. Like: Composter vos billets - does not involve looking for a worm farm. You have to pop your ...
... After 1945, the former contents of the house were returned to it. We visitors can now see the house and the peaceful garden to the rear more or less as the troops knew it, when they came here for rest and recuperation in the Great War. The story of the House and Tubby Clayton is told in an adjacent building, so that the house itself contains no "Museum Exhibits". We were welcomed into the house by this week's hosts, a Scottish couple, with a pot of tea and a chat, ...
... juice or not. Having researched a little (taking full advantage of the free Wi-Fi), we found a 'kid-friendly' restaurant called Flunch. We visited with a slight sense of irony to be honest, a place named so hilariously which claims to be great for children satisfied our exhausted need for humour perfectly. So off we went (driving on the wrong side of the road for a good minute until a car hurtling towards us made us aware there was something wrong) to Flunch. After some ...
... writing this for a good wee while now which isn't great when typing on a mobile phone keyboard! However, I shall update after my next adventure, which knowing me, won't be too far away!
Lesson learnt? I vow never to fly to Paris Beauvais again with the intention of going to Lille. I will also avoid the airport when travelling again if this is ...
... day was Christmas eve, in Belgium they celebrate Christmas as a family on Christmas eve they give presents and have dinner. It was very nice. The next day Christmas day spent visiting family and friends. In the evening we went to Ieper. Ieper is quite a historic site from WWI where many battles took place. There is a large tunnel memorial with all the names of the soldiers and every night of the year at 8pm people gather under the bridge and they sound the trumpets and do a "last ...