Comfort Hotel Lille L'Union
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... most beautiful market square in Germany with its stunning fountain and also the St George fountain in the Kornmarkt. It is a truly stunning place to spend a day. This afternoon we travelled 30 miles to Erden where we camped at an attractive campsite on the river bank watching the cruise boats glide past. The vineyards seem to slope down ...
... as they were lovely. After a quick breakfast and before we went back on to the canal and first lock we motored down to take a look at the new marina being constructed with new long lengths of pontoon and some finger pontoons added further down. There was also a very posh looking Capitainerie with all amenities to come, no doubt. Anzin is a city that has recognised the potential boating holiday makers and the money their good facilities will attract.
... t want to admire the architecture, paintings and stained glass windows. Onward to the Cathedral, calling in at the Tourist Office on the way to pick up some leaflets and then the Menin Gate which was the main reason for visiting Ypres. It was very impressive and also a bit emotional seeing all the names engraved on the walls of soldiers who died in Belgium during World War 1. Back down in the town we found a café so sat out with cold drinks for a while and watched the world go ...
... Flanders Fields Museum. This has changed since 2010 Being more user interactive but still, of course, very interesting. We decided to climb to the Bell Tower which was where the cats were thrown from in the middle ages. The Ieper townsfolk decided that there were too many cats so decided to get rid of them. Of course the rats came, along with the Plague. The bells were ringing as we climbed and there was ...
Menin Gate Ceremony
The Menin Gate was rebuilt in 1927 as a memorial to commemorate the many thousands of soldiers who died 'but to whom the fortune of war denied the known and honoured burial given to their comrades in death".
The memorial, with its 10 000 tonne French Limestone and Marble arch, is 41 metres long, 31 metres wide and 26 metres high.