Adagio Access Lille Vauban
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... br> I was trying to show something specific with my next photo (pic 7). Something that I’ve noticed for a while now. The “Masters” stand out. Place two pictures of similar themes next to each other and it becomes very obvious who the better painter is. At least, it is to me. That sounds kinda pretentious I know and it’s not always the case. Sometimes I miss one of the greats and sometimes one of the less known names surprise ...
... Most had no conveyor, so inefficient!
An aside to this; we have been buying Le Rustique Camembert 250 gr cheese for less than NZ$5.00 - we have even used it instead of butter.
So much for supermarkets and cheese, (crickey , it's good on crackers), we visited yet more major buildings and cathedrals, and simply enjoyed watching the people's lives in the narrow streets but We could be getting cathedralled out!
Next stop, Nantes, Brittany.
Touring around the Western Front with our very knowledgeable guide Mark, we have been struck by the enormity of the Great war and its effects on so many millions around the world. Australia lost many more troops on the Western Front than in Gallipoli and there are of course many soldiers who have died without their name on a grave. On ...
... centre of Lille and then had dinner at a little bar near our hotel. Lucky the French speak English as we may have starved or eaten something we didn't want to. Lovely regional food and wine and being a local hangout it was interesting watching the locals converse and exchange greetings with each other.
P.S. The mistakes in the previous blogs have been out of our control, so please interpret the best you can.
... south east of Ypres.
Before any breakout advance from Ypres could take place, the 80 metre high Messines Ridge, had to be taken. It was captured on 7 June 1917 with the 3rd Australian Division playing an important part in this engagement in which ANZAC troops fought together on the Western Front.
Unlike the other Australian Divisions, Major-General John ...