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 …
Belgium "a strange Country?"
Perhaps the word "different “ is more appropriate. Although it is the home of Tin Tin (Dutch = Kuifje), this little man never spoke a word of Belgian because a Belgian language does not exist.
In the north they speak Flemish which is better Dutch than the Dutch speak in Holland and the same rule applies here as in Western Scandinavia, where a Dutch person can decipher the local language fairly easily.
... my parents and my uncles, was missing when I thought about the Great War. That changed after I experienced the museums and landmarks in and around Ypres, dedicated to giving voice to the now-silent soldiers and civilians who were plunged into this senseless "war of attrition."
We joined the multigenerational, multicultural lineup inside the "In Flanders Fields" museum, located in Ypres' 13th centre ...
... round Brussels ring motorways and headed NW past Gent. Picnic lunch at a newly completed motorway service area - smart block paving and bargain coffee. We made our way back to the west of Bruges and north of Ypres. We wickedly had led Billy and Frankie to believe that we were seeking out another camp site. But having sussed out the scene last week, I was able to drive to the house/gite/cottage which we had ...
... with Patrick Gibson who recited the Ode to Rememberance.
Earlier in the day, we visited the Flanders Field Museum, Passchendaele and Tyne Cot.
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