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- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... to Kortrijk and then a connection to Bruges. I decided the best alternative was to hitch. The first 10 minutes saw only Belgium drivers giving me the thumbs down. It was like they were telling me to "get real". Then along came a Porsche and it was full speed ahead to Ypres. I think we almost caught the bus up and it had a 10 minute start over 7km!!!!!
Was a really good day. Beautiful weather and I made ...
... a Belgian insulate a chicken coop? He uses a double row of chicken wire.
4/ Look at a milk carton, near the top is states; "Open Here". In Belgium is says; "Open at Home"
Of course the Belgians have a comeback with Dutch jokes about how the Dutch try to save money.
1/ A Dutchman goes with a friend to a cafe and orders: 1 Coca cola and two straws please.
2/ Heading in a newspaper: "Accident in Holland between 2 taxis: 22 persons injured"
... and I spend time reading manuals that never tell you the useful things - like how to delete an entry. argggggg. But we have all our cards back except of course our French bank cards. It appears we can't get our driver's license til we get home, which is a bummer. Still need to replace Stan's bike and Improbably have to get new sunglasses. But meanwhile, we are OK. A bit tired and stressed, but hey - when it gets too much we can drink a glass of champagne and go out to ...
... impressive chalk quarries which were dug during the Middle Ages. During the Great War, Arras was destroyed as soon as 1914. From 1916, the Allies began preparing a diversion attack before the Chemin des Dames assault. Their brilliant idea : the New-Zealand Tunnellers were in charge of linking up the quarries to create a true underground network where 24,000 soldiers could be quartered, waiting for the offensive to start.
... have no names, labelled …… "a soldier known unto God", very moving. In addition to these the walls at the back of the cemetery have 35,000 names, of soldiers who have been lost in battle and cannot be found. Visiting these cemeteries are extremely humbling and sobering, they have an air of peace which considering the surrounding battles which are *************cile.
We had loved Ypres when we visited in 2010. We had brought the kids to find ...