Campanile Lille Wasquehal
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Decent, simple hotel, like most Campaniles, has been updated. Good restaurant service. The salad bar was very good.
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This morning Fiona and I visited the Gutenberg Museum. Mainz was his home town and where he did most of his work inventing a system of movable type. The first printed book using movable type was the Holy Bible in Latin. The initial print run was around 200, and 21 complete copies of them are still know to exist. Two of them are on display in the …
... just keep coming across more cemeteries. We probably passed 12 or so. Stopped at some for a look. One of these was the famous Hill 60 memorial to Australian tunnellers. Arrive at Ypres and the magnificent Menin Gate memorial with the names of 54,000 lost soldiers from all Allied countries. Very very imposing. A visit to the Flanders Fields museum and drive 8 k out of town to the Tyne Cot cemetery which is the biggest in the world including 1300 Australians. There ...
... place, we were looking where we could moor too, then out of nowhere we saw a yacht in full sail bearing down on us. Isi just got us out of his way as he was not going to alter course! It breaks the golden rule, avoid a collision at all costs as he could see we had not seen him, he was not racing and also he would have to change course very soon because of the pontoons. He did not call out to us either and perhaps he would have tacked but we could not risk it. ...
... passing a “Boulangerie” where we bought some nice rolls to go with our chilli, we again wandered back alongside the moat to the van. We ate dinner early around 5.00pm as we needed to set off back in to town by 7.00pm to see/hear the Last Post Ceremony. We had been told to get there by 7.30pm in order to get a good position…how true! This ceremony has taken place every day, come rain or shine, since 1928 except for a short break during World War 2. ...
... In place of red poppies they have planted red roses beside or in front of many graves throughout all the cemeteries.
We then went to Passchendale to the new museum which was opened this morning. It was a wonderful place to visit. We had our own guide as Emely told the chap we were from Nz. It was very interesting to go underground into dugouts and bunkers. Would have been terrible with all the water ...