Hotel Chateau Tilques
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... kilometres up the coast from Dunkirk. There was a bit of a breeze as we
walked along the sea front reading the information about the D-Day landings
that took place along this stretch of the shore. By the time you read this, we
will be home – the wifi on the boat is down so no internet connection.
Time to start planning our next trip.
... onto to Ypres to spend a couple of hours in the town to attend the Last Post Ceremony at the Menin Gate which commemorates 55,000 men who were never found, this ceremony happens every night at 8pm. A day filled with many a sad story, one that stuck in my mind was of Mrs Souls from the Cotswolds she had 6 sons, 5 joined the army and everyone of them were killed. Whilst at each cemetery Bob & I checked the memorial registers, at Menin Gate we found one Hubball listed ...
... off driving down the wrong side of the street in the wrong side of our brand new Citron - hope it stays that way Not sure who is under the pump more,the driver, John or me in the drivers, sorry passengers seat. Some how we get our way out of town and on our way back to Belgium, the town called Ypres is the destination point. There was an article written in a Melbourne paper about the time we were looking at broadening our outlooks on the meaning of ...
... fine’ I said but the truth was I did not like it. I managed to get some photographs of the views before the treacherous climb down as the steps go in spirals. I hate the way they get smaller at the edge.
... cars moved out of my way, I felt humbled. Into the garage where I managed to fill up with 29€ of unleaded.
Now that the bike was "fully packed" without an inch of spare space it was time to set the Garmin for Dunkirke. I used the co-ordinates supplied by DFDS , avoiding the motorway as we had an hour to get to the port, all of 18 miles.
The Garmin decided to take us to a remote piece of marshland miles ...