Campanile Lille Nord-Roubaix
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... Fields museum and beautiful buildings. It is very pretty to walk on the old ramparts all around the city. At one of the city gates they hold a last post ceremony. They have held it every night at 8pm since ww1. When we were there they told the story of two brothers that died on the exact date 100 years ago. It was very moving and the echo of the last post off the memorial walls gave me ...
Yet another sunny warm day here in London. We went to Buckingham Palace to see the change of Guards from there we went to Baker Street to buy some souvenirs and had some Lunch at the Metropolitan Pub. This time it was not £35 but £15. Around 7pm Mahen drove us to visit my cousin Ranji Acca and my niece Prissy and her two little daughters Ara and Akki. We had dinner with them, it was nice meeting Prissy after 25 ...
... not even interested in the culture (not just the art). After that we stopped by a shop, it was a big room separated into different sections for different little shops. There a few signs saying "pop-up" in the building so I guess they were just there for a while. There was one larger shop at the back which looked like it was permanent, we spent most of our time there. It was nice, sadly most of the things I liked were pottery and didn't think they would make it ...
... cemeteries here hadn't died in battle but day to day trench warfare.
After a bit of time back at the B & B we then headed off to the Menin Gate for the Last Post played at 8pm and where three of the St Andrew's kids were laying a wreath (you apply to be able to do this) as were Pymble Ladies College. We arrived at 7:40 and it was already packed. We found the SACS group towards the middle. Greg joined them but I moved up the end to be able to see the four firemen who play ...
... of WW1 and all that when on there from 1914 to 1918. His grandfather fought with the AIF so he also had a strong personal interest in the Australian campaign. We were to find out over the course of the next 3 days that John had a wicked sense of humour and was as sarcastic and dry as David... we got on like a house on fire. After John picked us up we headed to the centre of town to pick up the only other couple on the tour. As they were walking ...