Campanile Bethune Fouquieres-les-Bethune
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... moving. When we were first emailed by the hotel that this event would be on and we wouldn't be able to get near the Menin Gate this evening, I was disappointed, but as luck would have it, we've chanced upon a very special event. I'm very glad we were here for this. If you'd like to see photos of the actual event (we weren't close enough to take any) go to the www.lastpost.be website and check them ...
An early start this morning to met Melanie and her Dad for breakfast. Melanie is heading to Lyon today to work during her school holidays, and we want to see her again before she leaves, hence the early start. After brekky and farewells, we're off to Arras to see if we can catch the start of the 5th stage of the Tour de France. It takes us an hour to get to Arras and, after a little bit of searching, we find a parking spot. Then off to find the ...
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.
... lived his last few years in the laurentians of Quebec in a sanitarium because of the gas damage to his lungs. Died in 1920 in his early 40s. He is considered a casualty of the war. Neat to be here and see the weeping soldier memorial and other Ypres stuff. Our room tonight is a house in Zonnebrek a very small village. It is gorgeous and so is the weather. We walked about 80m to the butcher shop to get stuff to make dinner! What a treat ...
... where the famous movie was made in real life this is where
both British and Australian Tunnellers tunnelled under the German lines
and plated a huge amount of explosive that when it was detonated it blew
the whole hill away killing thousands of Germans an for no avail as no
sooner had the British taken it then the Germans regained the hill or
what was left of it
So far the trip has been great weather wise has been awesome so once we ...