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... br> There was also some trench art pieces. The soldiers used to decorate used shell casings to fill their time and many families in France apparently have one of these samples in their homes.
Then to the memorial- the Bullecourt digger and the slouch hat memorial at the church.
There are some fantastic rose gardens here in France. They seem to absolutely flourish- I would love to know their secret. There was also a water tower with a picture of ...
... lined with trees and are well organised and maintained as we have seen before the best in Europe (but a bit boring). There are not many stopping places along the canal side due to the concrete sides or they have boulders in wire cages to line the sides to stop erosion, both not being boat friendly. John had found a car mirror some days ago and spent an hour or so making holders so we could mount it for a rear view mirror on the busy canals.
Today we ...
... was a lovely sight :).
The Historium is a good way to get a feel for Bruges in the year 1435. I enjoyed following the story of Jacob, an apprentice to painter Jan van Eyck, through the seven rooms.
I really enjoyed the Salvador Dali exhibit, his art and sculptures would fit in extremely well in MONA! Dali's signature colours are gold, mother-of-pearl and shocking pink and his themes include eroticism, death and ...
Our final day of the Spirit Of Europe... the drive home to England. We left early at 8am after pancakes for breakfast, leaving 1/4 of our group behind, as they were continuing their travels from there. The bus felt rather empty! We headed to Brugge, Belgium for a whirlwind visit, arriving in time for lunch! What a beautiful city! So deserved much more time than we had to give. Had a quick walking tour then free time. I found a christmas ...
... London, with lighter wallets and one heavier finger, we were back down at the port of Dover to catch our Ferry. The port of Dover is, for me, a spectacular sight. With nearly 50,000 passengers each day in and out of the port, it is a well-oiled, 24 hour machine with a constant flow of ferries and cargo ships. Nervously we boarded and after a rough journey we were on French soil for the first time. At 2am in the morning I had my first right-hand side of the road driving ...