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... and some good conversation with the table beside me. They were two men that had come in from Virginia. One of them was there to honor his dad who had fought in the battle. His dad died years ago and this was his chance to walk in his footsteps a bit. We shared our experiences, acknowledged our mutual respect for military history and I paid my check. Since it was getting dark and snowing, I decided to head back to Luxembourg a bit early in case the ...
Which is probably what the locals and other visitors thought as about a hundred Aggies descended on the small town of Bastogne, Belgium. Bastogne is a town that really promotes it's historical heritage. I won't bore the blog with two many details, but the summary is that the town was under siege by the Germans and the 101 First Airborne (and other units) held the town. The siege last for about 7 days and the town was crucial to the Germans as ...
Left Gent in brilliant sunshine after a spectacular sunrise.
To Rochefort, also recommended by the Belgian woman we spoke to at length on the train back from Ypres.
The GPS in our new car has its specific pecularities which bring frustration in different ways to TT. Should, through no fault of your own, you need to go off the directed route, She, has ...
... long and was dropped into a bag
for later consumption. Really too sad to see such small fish taken out.
The beach front has a very well laid out promenade with
various monuments, fountains and contemporary art works along its length. The
whole front is backed by holiday flats and hotels and I could imagine that
during summer holidays the place must really buzz.
From Oostende we set off once more for ...
... assessed we went to explore old town.
Old town was really pretty. Nice blue stone buildings all from the local quarry. A castle and a church in the heart of town. There were two similar rock structures which we still don't know quite what they were. These were round semi circles in the rock face. Estimating about 20m high... so large.
Once we explored the town we went to the larges topiary garden open to the public IN THE WORLD. ...