LUX Ile de La Reunion
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... the city of Ypres. The attack was a complete failure and the students were slaughtered. There is around 44,000 graves on the site, many buried in mass burials due to the lack of sites for German troops during the attack on Belgium.
On the way to Tyne Cot Cemetery we witnessed a number of memorials by the side of the road including Welsh, Scottish, Canadian and French monuments to the sacrifices made during the defence of ...
... Pis'. Yes, as the name suggests, its a small little boy taking a pee into a fountain. All of a sudden there were swarms of tourist groups so we knew we were very close to Grand Place. There were many chocolate and waffle shops and tourists were indulging in waffles with chocolate and cream caked on top! (hello diabetes).
We then walked a little further and before we knew it, we were in the middle of Grand Place where I first spotted ...
... closes at 10 and left early. All we wanted was to know of we could leave our bags somewhere for the day as our bus leaves at 11pm tonight. After waiting 45minutes we decided that no one would be around anytime soon so we ventured off into Brussels with our bags. We walked 45minutes to a brewery called Cantillon brewery, we paid €7 each and got to do a self guided tour up close to all the equipment and got to have two different glasses of beer at the end. We both had ...
... with rain! In the 10 minutes it took me to walk to the train station guess what? It stopped once I got there! Damn Murphy’s Law!
So, with my boots all wet as they were not leather, I got on the normal train and took my shoes and socks off in the hopes they would dry a little as the heaters are on in the trains over here, which helped a little. But they were still wet.
Once I got to King’s Cross, Marie and I went to the bathroom and ...
... advertisements all over town for a Lego exhibition, Art of the Brick, which has travelled the world. The artist, Nathan Sawaya, makes large-scale sculptures using only Lego blocks. It was such a good spur of the moment decision to buy an admission. The artworks were intricate and interesting and fun. He had also recreated famous artworks with Lego!
We headed to the UGC movie cinema to watch the second instalment of the Hunger Games. The cinema room ...