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Ideally located for train travellers as only a short walk from ... Room was fine - not large but only staying overnight. Shops close by, Excellent value
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... interesting about the hands in this painting (pic 4). I think every person has at least one hand that is held the same way. The artist is apparently really into that particular hand gesture. And finally (pic 5) you have a scene which I think is supposed to depict when Mary washed Jesus’ feet. I just thought it was a bit different to have a couple of dogs there chewing on a bone.
One thing this museum had that I thought was really ...
... ok, but Stef found a truly awesome place to set up camp. To get there we had to pull away big, freshly cut tree parts and balance the bikes over an old concrete telephone pole lying over a ditch. There we were in the narrow strip of forest, very well hidden from everything with view in every direction. The usual pasta and wine party followed and we sat there for a while, talking more and less important stuff about the universe and all the silly stuff it contains.
A sad morning saying goodbye to our Europe travelling buddies, we had the best group of people,a very diverse group but all good fun. We are going to keep in touch with our friends from Wales Alan & Sue, Kim & Mike from Ohio, Di & Chris from the Gold Coast, our adopted grand daughters Meagan & Jaki from Sydney, Al & Ryan from Dubai, Maz,Matt,Zac & Tabitha from Sydney.
Bob and I decided not to travel back to London on the ...
... know you are Australian you are treated as a special friend. It's quite touching. We went into one shop to buy something, and when the owner realised we were Australian she gave us both a metal lapel pin with the Australian and French flags crossed.
We spent a couple of hours at the Franco Australian museum which records the actions of the Australian troops, and has many photos, displays, and memorabilia. We felt very proud, and very sad at ...
... at the deeds, of the soldiers and the locals.
After the First War, the War Graves Commission wanted to commemorate the many thousands of soldiers who were killed and missing, from the Ypres Salient battles. There were too many names for a single Memorial, so in all, they built five – the largest being the Menin Gate in Ieper. This Memorial has inscribed in it over 54,000 names of officers and soldiers from ...