Comfort Hotel Lille L'Union
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At the Australian memorial we found the name of Laurie's great uncle Laurence who died in 'no man's land' while attacking the German lines at Guedecourt. His body was never recovered. The memorial is on high ground and looks out in all directions over the farmland and Somme river valley. Quite moving. We then drove to Pronville where great uncle from WA Luton Meredith was wounded and captured, and on to Templeuve cemetery where he was buried ...
... yesterday. Our B and B here is lovely, close to the railway and the centre of town, and it's typically Belgian, very neat, somewhat quaint, with narrow, steep stairs (the hostess carried Wok's bag up for me!), and with tulips flowering in a beautiful garden. The lady is very friendly, and seems to understand us, and the bed has a thick rubber mattress, which is heaven to our weary bones after a day in transit. After we settled into our room we went for a ...
What an emotional day we had! We travelled to Villers Brettoneaux and visited Adelaide Cemetry where many Australians are buried, the joint Australian France Museum and then the Australian War Memorial which was amazing. So many graves and the names of Australian soldiers who died (12,000 unknown soldiers) written on huge walls. I found a soldier named Private Buchanan from Walhalla which certainly bought me to tears. We left an Anzac ...
... Maarkt. We had barely switched off the ignition before Jim and Mary appeared as if by Irish Magic and filled us in with helpful advice.
Were there smiles and hugs?
And Gavin Brownies??
*wipes a chocolate crumb off her moustache with a satisfied smirk*
Not only were we greeted with a Brownie, but also a glass of bubbly which we downed out on the terrace in the sun, before finding our room and zipping ...
... way similar to those cemeteries of the allied forces would be to insult the memory of tho lost. Today I received the heartbreaking news that my beautiful Auntie Joan has left us and so as I can't be with my family, a return trip to Menim Gate gave me time to reflect on some lifetime memories. Moving onto Brugge tomorrow so time to plan the trip, pack the bags and know we probably won't be back this way ...