Comfort Hotel Lille L'Union
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... line wavered but held.....had it fallen it would have been a German break through and we may be eating schnitzel whilst writing/reading this. This was the start of Canada growing its reputation as the commonwealth country to fear the most...and I am not saying that because I am Canadian. It was true the Germans ended up pooping their pants when they knew the Canucks were across the line....looking at them.
Part of it was we were not ...
... it was all big commercial size locks today with some working very slowly and us having to wait for upcoming traffic. There was plenty of industry like yesterdays massive scrap yards with cranes emptying barges with their grab, plus again plenty of grain being moved from the silos. The biggest loads were the container barges and we also saw newly constructed yards and cranes for this container traffic.
The one unusual thing we saw today ...
... in total. I'm not sure in what state they'll be when I unpack them, not how I'll get the wrinkles out without an ironing machine... but hey, live is full of surprises. Then, follow 12 flashy ties. The rest is shorts and swimsuits. I invested in a 500cl bottle of factor 30 sunblock. Before you know it, I'm at 20kg's and I still need to add shoes.
I'm also ...
... in the war, her colonies offered military assistance, including Australia and New Zealand, Canada, India and South Africa.
So how does Ypres come into this? Well, basically, it was part of the frontline for almost the entire four years of the Great War. The battlefront stretched for 700 km from the English Channel right through to Basel in Switzerland. That is, an unbroken line of opposing trenches from ...
... waving table tennis rackets, 4 of which riding a quad bike and one scooting alongside on a childs scooter. A little bit unusual and out of place. They were seen shortly after knocking back beers in the pub, clearly a stag do of some kind.
Our trip to the In Flanders Fields museum was short lived as it is undergoing renovation until July. Damnit. Typical. We did however pick up a leaflet for another museum in a local town called the Paschendale ...