Comfort Hotel Garden Lille Tourcoing
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the vast numbers of war dead so much more real and comprehensible when you see all the headstones, the lists of thousands upon thousands of names & you see the gratitude of the local people & the esteem which they still hold for those countries & to the efforts of the men from these often far off places. Rest assured the bravery and sacrifice will never be forgotten. ...
... I am exhausted and have done a
quarter of the distance they will ride. I cheer them on and we make our way back to the city centre for lunch.
One creamy pasta later, I am ready to watch the end of the race. We get some cappuccinos and I sit with my guide while he explains the tactics and strategies of racing. It feels as if I'm at home in a bar during a hockey game! The Flemish commentators are ...
Two nights in Belgium, and we've done a dash of the tourist spots in Ghent and Bruges. My goodness are they beautiful cities. I didn't realise that there could be towns that are so well preserved from medieval times. To be honest, the medieval era seems like something from fairytales, not a time that actually exists in our history (yes, I am Australian). The buildings, statues of knights in chain mail, and dragon motifs seem like you're in an episode of Game ...
... german cemetrys are also in the middle of no where, where as the others are normally on a main road and sign posted. in Gallipoli most of the cemetrys looked the same where as here they all looked different, the grave stones are all quite different to, the french cemetrys are marked by a brown stone cross and the english on the headstone instead of the national symbol they have the symbol of there battalion and the nz headstones have the nz symbol within the cross. as wellas the ...
... and to make
it worse they have narrow streets as well. About an hour or so later we
were sipping a Trappist Blond ( beer people sheesh get your minds out of
the gutter), and eating a sandwich of fresh home made bread and home
made cheese. Soon we were on the way to the town of Iper it is
pronounced eep per not like the British and Australians call it Ypres
or Wipers, but before we got there we stopped off at the hill 60 Memorial