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... t remember who), it’s the second most visited museum in France. After seeing it, survey says: that’s a lie! No way is this place that popular. It’s nothing compared to the places I went to in Paris. Now, maybe it’s the second most visited outside of Paris cuz that would make more sense.
Anyway, I kind of inadvertently went with a Halloween theme today too with my pictures. I found myself going around the museum ...
...doesn't mean it's a Disney dreamland. I'm reminded of that living in Mons, so I often try to get away for the weekends. This time, I went to Bethune, France, a 90 minute drive away. Bethune was a lot like Mons, a city where people live, and not a bad city, but just one where there aren't a lot of sights. Their main sight, the belfry, was closed due to some event being filmed there. I did find a great Moroccan restaurant the first night...ate enough for two people! I also ...
... in the war, her colonies offered military assistance, including Australia and New Zealand, Canada, India and South Africa.
So how does Ypres come into this? Well, basically, it was part of the frontline for almost the entire four years of the Great War. The battlefront stretched for 700 km from the English Channel right through to Basel in Switzerland. That is, an unbroken line of opposing trenches from ...
... and meats, Aunty J. made a delicious minestrone-type soup! Yummy! I enjoyed amazing meals everyday of my trip there.
For supper, Aunty J. made amazing lamb chops on the grill along with Belgian endive. They were delicious and afterwards, she made us Irish coffees, which I think are coffees with cognac and cream. Again, delicious!
Sunday, I was out just before daybreak for another run, this one so cold, ...
13th May 2012
We cast off at 9.15 after saying farewell to Betty and Pandora. It is blue sky and sunshine again, this is the life!
We saw a "fun race-marathon" with hundreds of runners when we turned on to the La Doule canal at Bauvin. We say “fun” but some were already struggling and walking. It was an uneventful trip in ...