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... visitor centre located just outside the cemetery. Here you get an explanation of the history of this hospital cemetery. Here all the dead are known as they arrived as wounded soldiers who did not recover from their wounds. There are a number of interactive displays and a timeline of the role the Rimy Siding Hospital played in this area during WW1. As you walk towards the main entrance you walk through a long avenue -cemetery wall and vine on one side and 1500 metal posts on ...
... and steep I crawled up them in bottom gear under a baking sun. I wound through the twisting mountains for hours, sometimes seemingly endless, turn after turn it continued upwards, legs burning, sun burning and knee complaining, nothing but the rattle and crank of Allan to break the silence. But...sweating like no man has sweated before, I would reach the top. Perhaps some fitness training would of been a good idea. ...
... It was awesome because we were able to see a lot more because our group was so small and we all got along. It turned out that we were all staying in the same hostel. That night, I stayed at the hostel because they have a bar with amazing prices. I met p with people from the bike tour and met some others. It was a late night and I was hurting in the morning but overall a lot of ...
... is accessible only by a very steep set of stairs. We spent a very fun few hours here, sampling some of the very extensive beer menu at the recommendation of the helpful waitress - Corinna managing two, Andrew three! Andrew said that after one beer, going down the stairs was tricky and he could see why they restrict the amount you can have, but after two beers, he found it easy to get down and felt like he could have ...
... a local specialty, French fries with some amazing warm mayonnaise. After checking into the crammed hostel, we walked toward the town´s main square. Along the way there were some picturesque canals and buildings. Bruges (or Brugge) is a medieval style, small city surrounded by a circular highway, with gates that cross the circular canal that resembles a castle moat. Canals cut through the small streets of the main town that contains an old ...
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- Pets allowed