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... assisting me with my account (Verna and Kam) and they shared some helpful information about great restaurants, places to visit, etc. We exchanged info. so we could hang out in the future, and I’m looking forward to connecting with them while I’m here.
The next couple of days were pretty low-key while I wrapped up some last minute logistics. The one cool thing that ...
... 150lbs of luggage up and
down the stairs of the tube made me stick out more than I already did. I ended
up meeting someone that was at London Solutions with me at the tube and asked
if he was going to Barons Court as well. It was an Italian guy with his dad so
we figured out the streets together to get to our apartment. Once I reached
mine, it was pretty empty. There was evidence of a roommate in my room but was
not home. I began to unpack ...
... is staggering. This was the gate they all marched through to the front line. For those that don't know Ypres had several major battles during the war and it was a salient...like a large bump sticking into the German lines it never fell to the Germans came close but never fell. It had been shelled almost to oblivion.
I walked the memorial....until it was time to go to find me hotel, It was a quiet ride....but I found it in Menin...just ...
... time in each place to make sure we saw them properly – and we’re happy that we’ve achieved that. There’ll be more opportunities in the future to fill in the gaps we’ve missed.
What was the hardest part? Not sure. Setting off maybe. Or finishing! One you’re on the road you get into the routine of planning, booking and doing. And it’s quite a nice place to be really! Well, with the exception of the regrettably-large ...
... lodgings. Betsy and I are the Cornerways B&B by ourselves. We strolled around town, visiting a 13th century church, and a number of other old buildings. The town is located along a divided High Street, is quite quaint but looking very prosperous. We meet up for drinks at the Eight Bells, a historic pub near the church. Everyone in town recommended it as the place to eat dinner also, so we made reservations for later. After a beer, several of us meet Andrew Guppy, the person ...