Best Hotel Dunkerque
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... played by four belgian servicemen.. This is a nightly ritual at 8pm, rail or shine..The bond between the Belgians & the Commonwealth allies is stronger today than ever.. So honoured to have been part of tonight's service.
Another day draws to a close with a relaxing train ride and a final walk through the beauty of Bruges as we leave for another destination tomorrow.. Another story no doubt!
Tried to take the ferry a couple of days early but the charge was ridiculous so here we are still! Did an excellent shop in Auchan, then found a brilliant are at Les Erables for the night. A super long walk yesterday was flowed by a quiet and peaceful night. Now 'enjoying' a coffee and the wifi and back to the same aire for the night with an early ferry ...
Sun Oct 19 Started the day with a walk around Ypres with our guide where he explained and pointed out areas of WW1. We then walked to the Menin Gate and found Rob's Great Uncles name on the wall were many of the unfound Australian casualties of WW1 were named. From the gate we headed to the Ypres WW1 museum, which was quite depressing so I scooted through it quite ...
... it was rather narrow, we decided to go back to the start and ring Michel to check. Michel came to meet us and led the way home, which was further down the road after all.
The house is beautiful. He has fixed it up marvellously. It belonged to his brother in laws family, but it was originally built in the 1800 s and belonged to a friary. He said if he digs in his yard he will find lots of bones of the bodies that were buried there as it ...
... set the mood for a walk through the 12,000 graves in the largest Commonwealth War Graves cemetery in the world. Many of the graves had no name because the bodies could not be identified. The soldiers here camer from Commonwealth countries including Britain, Canada, Australia and New ...