Hotel Chateau Tilques
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... We both chose the chicken fusilli, then the cafe gourmand, except I had tea Gourmand. With two Kir and a Coke we paid €51...our second dearest this holiday, but it was delicious. Next stop the ferry home. When we got near Calais we saw loads of police and wondered what had happened, then we realised they were keeping the port free from the immigrants! There was miles of fencing, the razor wire glistened in ...
... associations placed wreaths. Buglers of the local volunteer Fire Brigade arrive and stand ready at the eastern entrance of the Menin Gate Memorial. The idea of the daily sounding of the Last Post - the traditional salute to the fallen warrior - was that of the Superintendant of the Ypres Police. The Menin Gate Memorial on the east side of Ypres was thought to be the most appropriate location for the ceremony. Originally this was the location of the old city ...
Easy day, packed a bit ready for early head off tomorrow. Then walked around the market area as the carnival had finally left. Headed out to where the Xmas truce happened and the walked into the woods near Ploegstreet through a few small cemeteries. The back to Polygon Wood and lunch at 'ANZAC's Rest' . WAS actually shout but owner / Australian history buff Johan Vanderwalle made me lunch then offered to show me a few items of interest. So we ...
... How did anybody return able to carry on life? The fighting was so hard that even now, they literally find tons of ammo each year - some of it unexploded - and during the Battle of Messines, the explosion behind German lines was so immense that it could be heard in London and triggered an earthquake that measured on Geneva's Richter scale.
As we drove back to Ypres, we passed again through the Menin Gate. On the battlefield side, it is topped by ...
... pantry and fridge so tried not to buy too much more food. We only have one more day here. The time has gone very quickly. The boys turned up - Liam had a car ride, Daryl and Nate rode the bikes back. Unfortunately, Nate had a bit of a fall and did both knees and his right hand. He was ok but a bit sore. Lucky we had our first aid kits handy. And lucky too that they only have one day of sailing to go! After tea, our next door neighbours ...