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Started the day with some croissants as usual. Then went the In Flanders Field Museum. Really great place with lots of interactive displays. Then headed to Paschaendale Memorial Museum where we got to experience recreation of trenches and tunnels used by soldiers in the war. Had waffles for lunch and they were so could I cant even. Then went to Tyne Cot to see ...
... enjoy the sites and the day.
Next on the agenda was our canal cruise. It was a pretty short walk back to the canal and they loaded us into one of the low, open canal boats. They actually put two more people in the boat than its normal capacity, so it was a bit cozy, but okay. The canals are no longer used for anything but tourism – and it was a great way (especially since the rain had stopped) so see the buildings up close ...
... just like you and me. Yes I still take precautions and I don't go around telling everyone my step by step plans, but by talking about my ideas I've been able to get really good advice on places I've never been before. And for that I am grateful. For dinner I made myself sausage and bought some coleslaw. It's so convenient when hostels have kitchens, money saver right there! Pretty soon everyone started rolling into the dining room to ...
... windy, which limited to some extent what I could do. The good news is that the municipality lends bicycles (yes, for free). Those are old rusty bikes, mine had only one speed and marginally efficient brakes, but it's better than walking to wander along the promenade.
There's not much left of the past of the city, as much was destroyed during WW2. Here and there still stand more elegant buildings, flanked by ugly 60s ...
... activity manager and met the guy from the karaoke again. My feet were starting to hurt so I went back along to the theatre and found that the game had gone on to penalties. I ended up just sitting watching as I couldn’t think of anywhere else to be, plus it meant I didn’t have to be standing up. England lost (which in some ways was a good thing as it meant there were no more matches to disturb things) and Paul and Pat decided to stay on for the show ...