Hotel Le Coq Hardi
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... the vast numbers of war dead so much more real and comprehensible when you see all the headstones, the lists of thousands upon thousands of names & you see the gratitude of the local people & the esteem which they still hold for those countries & to the efforts of the men from these often far off places. Rest assured the bravery and sacrifice will never be forgotten. ...
My legs are burning, my breathing is heavy and my whole body is shaking but I can’t give up. I look up at the cobblestoned hill that stretches up in front of me and think, ‘how does anyone ever get to the top?’ In that moment of doubt, I titer over and fall off my bike.
This is the most incredible day so far of my time in Belgium. I am riding a section of the Tour de Flanders, through the ...
... Victor was buried there. He took us in his car - what a lovely man. Victor died from wounds on Christmas Day 1917 aged only 24. Underhill Farm was a nursing station and the small cemetery contains men who had been brought their with wounds and sadly died. It was very moving to see his grave.
We then returned to Iepa for dinner and to hear the last Post. Peter recommended Flemish stew - we had that and it was so delish! Of course everything in Belgium comes with Pomfrittes! ...
... up staying in a hotel in Lille. And I went out that night....for about 3 hours specifically....looking for an open laundromat. I was walking around in my bathing suit, tank top and sandals for 3 hours with ultimately no success in finding a laundromat. This whole no GPS/phone plan thing was not working. I did however see a lot of cool buildings and statues and ...
January 5, 2013
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4:42 pm PHT (GMT +8)
Yesterday, me and Karla headed out to see Tita Juliet to borrow some household things. She gave us directions to go to Eurallile and catch the bus there to her place. When we found out that Euralille was a big shopping mall with stores like H&M and Bershka, we headed out really early to see what it's like. When we arrived there, I instantly fell in love with the mall ...