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... trough by hooks. This all happened very slowly. The weight of the trough pushed against the canal connection and maintained the seal as they became one. Once connected both gates rose fully our above our heads and we were able to sail out and let the waiting barges come in.
We saw one or two strange sights on the way. A big flock of Egyptian geese and a totally closed down iron/steel works with diesel shunting ...
... front lines, battalion nationalities and areas of advancement as the war story progressed. The tribute paid to the masses of Australian and New Zealand soldiers lost in this war was truly moving, if not heartbreaking.
We then moved on to the Tyne Cot memorial cemetery where grave stones as far as the eye could see included large portions of Australian soldiers, both identified and 'known unto God'.
Our final stop was the Polygon Wood Australian memorial site, where ...
... slow but they say their approach is that they are taking their time to savour and enjoy life. Maybe a lesson there for all of us.
We are staying at the Chateau de Namur, ( in a suite with our own sitting room), about 3 times the size of our room in Cochem. An amazing old, grand building on the top of the hill overlooking the rivers and the city. We arrived here 2 days ago and have one more night here. On ...
... milk and UHT cream! Bliss as we had almost run out.
Later a lady came round for the fee of €10 which included electric and water. We didn’t get the Wi-Fi information so we will have to get that tomorrow. We restrung the guitar and Isi finished her free U3A book (they have a book swop table) and has the continuing one to start next.
We decided to stop tomorrow and go up to the Citadel (we have seen 3 and have not been up to one ...
... to walk so far to the square where we had to put grass.
Everybody started getting in the camion and on it...
Finally all 12 of us and Christian were in or on that small car and we started moving))
We were laughing and screaming, taking pictures and video)) People in the streets were surprised))) I think it was really a bit dangerous, but funny)))
Suddenly it started raining...
Rain is a usual thing in ...
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