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- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
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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. ...
... Oudenaarde. Rolling hills and patchwork farm lands shine in the sunlight. Every climb rewards me with a beautiful view of the valley below, and on the ride down hill I grip the handlebars for dear life.
My first hill climb is an infamous one in the Tour de Flanders – Koppenberg. Decked out from head to toe in the team Flanders uniform, I attempt the climb. The steepest section boasts a 22 degree grade ...
... who fell on this part of the western front, many of whose remains were recently identified and reburied after nearly 90 years. You can only i buymagine what it must have been like for their mothers, fathers, wives and other family to die not knowing what had happened to their loved ones, nor where their bodies lay. War solves nothing and too many young men sacrificed their futures, placing their lives in the hands of incompetent generals & commanders. Sorry but I am the mother of ...
... I hadn't had lunch. The tour was very interesting. Carriere Wellington was another old mine which had been converted during the WW1. They brought in 500 Kiwis with picks to enlarge the tunnels and dig closer to the front line. It took six months for the Kiwis to dig 12 kilometres of tunnels. These tunnels housed 24,000 men in the lead up to the battle of Arras on the 9 April 1916. These tunnels were much bigger (plenty of headroom) They read out one British commanders description, ...
... it was a card for my mother in law that I had just not posted en route as I thought I would be able to post it once at Dover.
The large woman patiently explained why she couldn't help, unless I agreed she could open the card and check the contents. Fine, I said. Not a problem. Lisa and I then watched as she cack handedly attacked the card with a blunt pair of scissors and ripped across the top to open it, shredding the envelope in ...