Campanile Lille Sud - Seclin
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... is extremely touristy. However, go out a few blocks and you’re in a normal town with modern houses and skyscrapers. It is definitely bigger than Amiens and, thankfully, has a much easier to navigate transit system. Trying to get to the Amiens train station this morning was a huge drama. I clocked 2 miles before 9:30 and that was even with taking a bus (yes, in the right direction. sheesh.) In Lille, they had the next stop proudly displayed on ...
... not much longer than driving, and a whole lot more relaxing. It's another sunny day, and the French countryside is pastoral and beautiful. We are wondering if France is the leading agricultural producer of Europe. It seems to have a higher proportion of land under cultivation than the US. Plenty of sheep and cows grazing, with English-type hedgerows. We arrived in Bruges (Brugge here) and took a taxi to the Hotel Ter Brughe. It's one time that what ...
... of the offerings. Started with an amuse-Boucher of three different breads with a roasted red pepper and sardine paste. Brian had an appetizer of many tiny shrimp (shrimp grises) on a bed of chopped greens and an avocado stuffed with crab, which came with its own cute little tube of oil and vinegar to pour on, while I had the baked foils gras on a bed of sautéd celeriac and the smoothest purée of celeriac I have every had. For mains I had Waygu beef on a ...
Fine and sunny at first then partly cloudy, but no rain, 9-24deg, 72km, av. 16.7km/h, tot. 1155km. Nice breakfast then rode away at 7:45am into a clear and rather chilly morning. The only wind today was slight and behind us. What was the same as yesterday was the terrain, undulating again and a couple of testers to get our heart rates up. Wendy found a little more character however lost a little sense ...
... that were destroyed. We saw the La Petite Douve Farm the Rifle Brigade took, (now replaced) and apparently to this day live mines remain under the building. We visited more cemeteries where N Zers are buried and saw the graves of those who have been identified as NZ but the soldiers identity is not known. Two soldiers remains were discovered 3 months ago while some road reconstruction was being done. It is known they belonged to NZ. Could one of them have been Joe? ...