Campanile Bethune Fouquieres-les-Bethune
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... pay our respects to Great Grand Uncle Albert Dickson. There is a new museum and visitors centre there now, which is very elegant, respectful and fitting for the solemnity of the place.
We ended a very special anniversary day with a fantastic dinner at a local eatery, complete with beer, beer, food and hoppajenever (which is like a local grappa made with hops......fiery to say the least).
We were a little sad to leave Poperinge, but we have no doubt that we will be back ...
... the vast numbers of war dead so much more real and comprehensible when you see all the headstones, the lists of thousands upon thousands of names & you see the gratitude of the local people & the esteem which they still hold for those countries & to the efforts of the men from these often far off places. Rest assured the bravery and sacrifice will never be forgotten. ...
... as the gentleman whose B&B we stayed in was able to program the satellite navigation in the car so she spoke english. This would normally have cost €12 per day and we had originally decided to go without but as we started to criss cross the farmlands of Picardie we were very grateful to have her guide us. With her help we also found the Australian War Cemetery at Villers Bretonneux. I had visited before in 2004 but there had been a lot of work done, especially on ...
... Great Britian. Volunteers formed the Newfoundland Regiment, (later honoured with the title Royal) and were trained in Scotland before adding their presence to the fight at Gallipoli. Following that campaign, they were sent sent to Beaumont-Hamel in France, where they were to form part of the major offensive on the German lines which became known as known as the Battle of the ...
A smooth sea down the English coast yesterday evening and only slightly more bumpy across from Norfolk/Suffolk to Belgium overnight. Arrived on time in Zeebrugge in a cold wind with an occasional glimpse of sun. We drove west near the coast to Blankenberge. Didn't find any shops open in the central area but as we turned south through the suburbs, we saw a selection of two bakeries and a handy church car park. We bought a "boulon" of ...