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... sacrifice. Facing the Douai Plain, is a single sculpture of a sorrowing woman, portraying Canada as a young nation mourning its dead. Inscribed on the walls of the monument are the names of the Canadian soldiers who died with no known grave.
In 1914, the Germans had advanced as far as the ridgeline known as Vimy Ridge, and thereafter dug in ...
... little remained but rubble. And the dead.
A really chilly day with a noticeable breeze, so into a local cafe for what turned out to be an excellent lunch. Tomato soup that was divine and then an incredible pesto pasta.
To Menenpoort/Menin Gate, a memorial arch built by the British Government to honour all those (Empire soldiers) who lost their lives in and around Ypres, but have ...
... to transfer at Lille. Not just trains, but entire train stations! It was a 10 minute dash across the streets to jump on the next train. Who needs drugs when you can get that sudden, intense rush of adrenaline that comes from having only minutes to find your next train. What platform? Where is that? Argh! Ha-ha! Today was our day though - smooth sailing from start to finish.
... the Jordaan area. The red light district is not scary or unnerving, it is pure tourist. It is a little weird when you get semi naked women in large windows watching for guys but other than that it is low key with tons of "coffee shops" and pubs. I visited the Anne Frank House because there was surprisingly no line to get in. Even though I have seen a concentration camp and the Jewish memorial, I think this made me the most emotional because you walk through the original building ...
... a French SIM so we have Internet for the next part of our trip. We get the lady in the shop to activate the phone and data package for us. We randomly pick a direction and have a stroll around town to be greeted with a beautiful, lively, café strip around the central square, which was overlooked by the cathedral.
It is becoming apparent that English will not suffice here but we are getting by on Kerrie's limited French. We settled on a ...