Premiere Classe Lille Ouest - Lomme
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... I have seen locally made “Edam” cheese in China, Russia and many other countries. Only the name on the pack says Edam, for the rest there is no relation to the Dutch made Edam cheese at all. So in this case, “Edam cheese is better” may mean better than all the other Edam cheeses around the world.
Allez! (Ok) back to the Belgians.
In Australia, the country of “Belgium” is synonymous with Chocolate and Waffles, in ...
... on the monument as well as a chance to lay a wreath at the tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
We left Vimy to transfer to Arras for some lunch/free time. The town of Arras was pounded into dust by constant shelling during WWI and has since been carefully restored to its 12th Century appearance. The students had an opportunity to walk through the streets, eat lunch in the cafés, ascend the city hall bell tower as well as do ...
... german cemetrys are also in the middle of no where, where as the others are normally on a main road and sign posted. in Gallipoli most of the cemetrys looked the same where as here they all looked different, the grave stones are all quite different to, the french cemetrys are marked by a brown stone cross and the english on the headstone instead of the national symbol they have the symbol of there battalion and the nz headstones have the nz symbol within the cross. as wellas the ...
Well this is version two as silly here accidentally deleted the first one, so here i go again.
Ok today we headed out of Brussels with my friend Judy Tour Guide
extraordinary and awesome lady, she picked us up in her car and away we
went first call was to a Trappist Monastery to taste some famous Belgium
beer, we soon were driving through the Belgium country side and it at
first was scary as they drive on the wrong side of ...
... night at 8pm and reefs are laid to honour those that died. This was mostly British but there are names of soldiers from all of the Commonwealth countries. This is one of the more famous WW1 memorials probably due to its location and the number of names (over 54,000) of soldiers that are listed here. It is one of the biggest and most artistic monuments that I have seen too (and I’ve seen a lot of them).