Comfort Hotel Garden Lille Tourcoing
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Having decided to include Ypres in our trip this year because of my favourite painting, Menin Gate at Midnight, imagine my surprise to find the very same hanging in the Flanders Fields museum today! It's here for the celebration of the 30,000 Last Post. We spent an interesting couple of hours wandering around the museum - it is really well set out, lots to read, great photos and some videos of ...
... quite close and because of the slow speed, it takes a few minutes for them all to go past. The crowds were one deep at the barricades. I expected a bigger crowd but maybe they are spread all along the course. Great stuff! Very happy now. Once the riders have passed, we decide to walk in the direction the riders came from, hoping to find the actual start of the race and see if we can purchase a souvenir or two. After about a kilometre of walking, ...
... not in the stead of an ancient city. We spent a more wholesome time in Ghent, and I think I preferred it a little more than Bruges. I had never heard of Ghent, but it is quite a tourist destination, and was voted one of the top ten 'most authentic cities' by Lonely Planet (whatever that means). We got of the train, and were immediately helped by a station staff, then a man at the bus stop who helped us buy a ticket. These small interactions so soon after ...
... the trenches have been filled in and even some mine craters but the evidence of this time still exists. we went and saw a german cemetry these are very sombre the stones and gates are all black, the cemetry is walled by a hedge so from outside you wouldnt know there is a cemetry here, no flowers but lots of trees and to ever cross there is 4 soldiers buried much of this is cultural as the germans think cemetrys should be like a forrest where as we see them as more of a garden. ...
... see the place is as flat as a pancake so where this hill was beats me, Judy then informs me that Belgium is flat and any rise in height is a hill.
IT was eerie walking around the site as you were walking through old shell holes and past fortifications it would of been a devils delight to play in them but the reason they were there was too important so we decided to be have and just look around, but today to see the trees the brambles and hear the birds ...