Campanile Lille Wasquehal
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... the site are off limits due to unexploded ordnance, so grazing sheep are used to keep the grass down.
Guedecourt, Masnieres and Monchy-le-Preux for the Newfoundlander's caribou. The bronze caribou, all identical, always face the direction of the battle. Each in its own well maintained plot, two with adjacent fields, one in the middle of town.
... train had just left, and the next one was in an hour. A belgium lady also appeared on the station and made enquiries of the staff who were doing their best to remain hidden. As it was just us on the station, gravitated together, and as she spoke fluent english, we chatted. Continued chatting when we were on the train till we exited, she was continuing on towards Brussels. Pleasant way to pass the journey home.
... 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. ...
Well this is version two as silly here accidentally deleted the first one, so here i go again.
Ok today we headed out of Brussels with my friend Judy Tour Guide
extraordinary and awesome lady, she picked us up in her car and away we
went first call was to a Trappist Monastery to taste some famous Belgium
beer, we soon were driving through the Belgium country side and it at
first was scary as they drive on the wrong side of ...
... a walk through wheat fields to the memorial and remnants of a WW1 trench. We were told last night by a man at the Gate that it was not to be missed and what great advice.
Then on to Villers-Bretoneux and the cemetery and later into the town and Victoria School which was originally built in 1920's from money's sent over from country Victoria. In the playground is a sign which says "Do ...