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... and moved to nearby cemeteries. Many other artifacts are now stored in the Flander's Fields Ieper Museum. Now there is a reconstructed zig zag trench showing the entry and exit to the underground tunnel network which was marked at ground level by gravel pathways. We were pleased we had persisted and found this site. After this we easily found Hill 60 and enjoyed a walk over this uneven ground. Amazing to be on the site of such military significance and story captured is in major ...
... biggest makers and dealers of campers and camping accessories in Europe. It wasn't really that big a deal… it has a dozen or so campervans of different sizes, mostly the Adria series built on Fiat cabs and chassis. There was also a brand new VW pop-top unit. We had a look at them all, and also had a look at all of the accessories, such as tents, awnings, BBQs, various dishes and storage units and other assorted campervan living thingys.
... were gong to propose, singing quietly and waiting for the right moment when they would jump up and start pushing each other around. It wasn't violent or aggressive in any way. They were all laughing and singing as loud as they could having the time of their lives. Steve and I thought it was really funny how organized they were. We thought back to our popular hockey rituals and couldn't think of anything so united. Well, nothing for ...
... I think that we will have to stop in here on our way back to England to pick up a couple of glasses. Way cheaper than the $50 deposit that the Belgium beer cafe wants for them at home.
Our bikes also started the long journey of paying for themselves. Seeing Belgium is "flat as bro" we decided to get the bikes out of the car and spend the day riding around Brugge instead of paying for ...
... existed since at least the 1st century CE, as history records it being raided by the Romans. It grew in size and importance and became a textile center in the 13-16th centuries, during which time the towering Cloth Hall was built.
And then World War I happened. Ieper stood directly in the path of the Schlieffen Plan, Germany's strategy for winning the war. Once this plan had failed, the city stood between the Germans ...
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