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 …
... br> I was trying to show something specific with my next photo (pic 7). Something that I’ve noticed for a while now. The “Masters” stand out. Place two pictures of similar themes next to each other and it becomes very obvious who the better painter is. At least, it is to me. That sounds kinda pretentious I know and it’s not always the case. Sometimes I miss one of the greats and sometimes one of the less known names surprise ...
... participated in the Battle of Broodseinde on 4 October 1917, and the Paschendale Museum and delivered the car (and us) back safe and sound. We didn't see all that we had hoped to but what we did see certainly gave us the impression of how horrific it must have been. Referring back to the NZ memorial, interestingly it contained the words "they came from 'the uttermost ends of the earth' " These same words we had seen at Anzac Cove on the ...
... to the 5th Australian Military Division. It is in the middle of nothing important, woods and farm land. Our timing is fortuitous as we are only a week after ANZAC Day, thus lots of wreaths and notes are evident from ceremonies that would have taken place that day. Seems we are also not Robinson Crusoe, a bus load of Aussies are also on parade, good to hear their voices and be able to say giddy mate. These places are our good taxes at work and let ...
En route to France from Brugge, we stopped in the town Ieper (Ypres) to learn some World War I history. We visited the "In Flanders Field" museum and climbed the bell tower. We made another stop at the Tyne Cot Cemetery in Passchendaele where almost 500,000 soldiers died in 1917. The ...