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And OFF we go again!!
It was a much more easier Goodbye to everyone on the UK this time, knowing it wouldn't be so long till we were back.
Got down to Calais the night before to make for an easy passage the next day on the Ferry which was very quiet and non-eventful.
We didn't head too far on our first night, it was quite late and driving on ...
Took the ferry from Calais to Dover today and saw the white cliffs of Dover. Only a two hour journey then bus to the Cumberland for the night. Was invited for dinner with Bernie and Maddie. We bought soup and ate in their room. Was really nice and I wish I had spent more time with them during the ...
... quiet day. The wind had calmed down but it was overcast. Another lovely breakfast shared with two other Belgian couples, who spoke 4 languages. They chatted with us about our trip and Australia. They thought it would be so strange to live in a country with only one language, however we are in awe of how many languages people around us speak.
We visited a town called St Omer today. It was very wet, so we didn't stay long. There are no covered pathways here. ...
We left Paris this morning and headed to Calais to catch the boat back to the UK, feeling a bit low now as the trip is nearly over, we catch the ferry tomorrow morning for Dover, then the leisurely drive up to Lighthorne Heath in Warwickshire to meet Bruce's brother and his wife Margaret where we will stay for a couple of days.
We've had a wonderful time and I've seen so many places that I never thought ...
... from the ruins, despite Winston Churchill's initial proposal to keep it as a ruined memorial.
The rebuilt Ypres was thankfully spared of further damage during WWII!!
In Flanders Fields Museum
This great WWI museum utilises the latest technology with interactive displays and audiovisual presentations, plus the more traditional exhibits and was opened inside the Cloth Hall in 1998.
We were amazed ...