Comfort Hotel Lille L'Union
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... that was only discovered recently. It was part of the Yorkshire offensive and is currently being restored. We then stopped at a place called Essex Farm. It is the exact location that John McCrae wrote In Flanders Fields. It was in a series of bunkers that were used by the Canadian troops as a hospital. The bunkers have been restored along with a memorial cemetery. At Ypres itself there is a ...
... were Always dirty and after 5 minutes I was sweating again.
- Although I did have a bed in our appartment in Maun, I never really called it home. My tent on the other hand felt like mine, a little place of my own and still now I wake up, wondering why I'm in such a big bed in such a big room.
- What I already knew about myself but got confirmed even more these months. I don't want to surround myself with people that complain and stress me, that ...
... visit to a chocolate shop and a lunch stop. After lunch we headed back into France to visit the Vimy Memorial. Students were given a guided tour of one of the many tunnels dug by Canadians before the battle and were able to walk through the preserved Canadian and German trench lines. We finished off with a visit to the Vimy monument before leaving for dinner and returning to the ...
... trees, but the site of a bloody battle that raged repeatedly over several months. It was here on 12 October 1917 that NN was wounded for a forth time ... but this time It was fatal. Across the road from Passchendaele is Tyne Cot Cemetary... In the middle is the high ground that was the reason for all the bloodshed... On it today is a cross to remember all who gave their lives for this piece of ground. NN was never identified so he doesn't have a marked grave ...
... visitors centre and then got back on the road through the rolling French countryside again. After a little drive we came to the village of Armentieres, which holds special significance to me because a relative of mine, William Hopkirk who was also a WCOB, is buried there. I would like to personally thank all the boys who laid poppies alongside mine, it was a very moving experience. Also in the same cemetery is the grave of another ...