Hotel Lido 2000
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... to find out what would happen if they wrapped in the gears. I pulled over to tie and tuck them in; no issue but was at the end of the group as I needed to catch up. I also noticed that the sun was strong and the trail was hard to see the hazards as the early morning had the sun right in our eyes. Just as the pace was relaxed and rolling through the parks you heard a bang and saw someone crunch over the handle bars. Even though there was nothing you can do, it was painful to see ...
... in small squares commemorating an important Bruggian. ( I don't know if that's a word!) I even took a couple of picturesque photos from a public bathroom window! Sometimes one enters a doorway off the street to find another world inside - gardens, sculptures, open walking areas and museum entrances. We are packed up and ready to leave bright and early in the morning! I have always wanted to come to Bruges and now that I have seen it I can say it is truly ...
... because we could not deduce which was the right
bus and the skies began opening up even more, we found the taxi line and hopped
in one to take us back.
A couple hours of relaxing back
at the house was well received by our feet and frankly our minds. Dinner
was at a local pub where Tom and ribs and fries and I had an Omelet which is
apparently a very popular dish in Belgium; along with Mussels, ribs,
Frits. Considering it had been ...
... and consolidated the remains into three or four larger cemeteries. All of the cemeteries, British and German, were once battlefields. Soldiers from both sides were buried more or less where they died.
We first stopped at a cemetery that commemorates John McRae, the army surgeon who wrote the famous poem "In Flanders Fields" after the death of a friend. It's a beautiful poem that gave rise to the wearing of poppies as a way to remember war dead. It sounds at first like ...
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