Grange Moor Hotel
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Harvester continental breakfast and making the decision where to go next. Ian picked Leeds castle via the Wilmington Long Man and Battle (near Hasting). It only took about 330 minutes to get to Wilmington and it was quite warm in the car. But once we got out of the car the wind was freezing even if it was mostly blue sky. The best view of the Long …
... to quote a local expression 'we were rubbish'. Had to get someone to assist us! Then ice creams and home. A quick shoe change and of across the dales to the local pub for a lamb curry (and of course an ale). Got my steps up but sure it didn't make up for indulgences!! Realised I haven't done my usual list on any of my blogs! 1. Food: Apart ...
... a Navman.
Off to Brugge we go.
We arrived at our hotel in Knokke-Heist which is a gorgeous sea side town 30 mins outside of Brugge. Clint & Tess checked us in. We went for a drive around the town. It was like a Noosa. Lots of high end shops and gorgeous cafes and eateries.
We headed into Brugge.
We walked into the old town - it was spectacular. Just gorgeous. We walked the cobblestone streets admiring all ...
... area is liberated by Paddington Rail lines. It is managing nearly thirty million train travelers in a year; there are lots of public transiting through these rail lines. Because of a speedy connection with the Heathrow Airport, Paddington is a preferred housing region for those using Heathrow offering of the ease of a fast and dependable transport to London's main airstrip. The Paddington district itself is located in the northwestern area of the centre ...
... far from a just humanitarian war, and horrendous acts of violence were committed by both sides. It would be good to see all parties own up to their role. Arthur von Bolfras described it best when he said: "if war was once a chivalrous duel, it is now a dastardly slaughter".
One thing I really liked about the exhibit was that it gave some attention to each of the fronts in the war. Generally in school, and in museums, most of the focus is on the western front - like the ...