Hotel de Londres
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... the issues between them quite literally between themselves, there would have been no need for those men to have died the way they did. On the bright side, rather than having been forgotten, they're heroes now, every last one of
them. Even if they were lost, even if we don't know their individual names...they will continually be honoured.
It's ironic how incredibly British my gateway to France is.
A few shots of this afternoon in Ieper and the last post service at Menin Gate - which has been conducted every night at this site since 1920. This memorial had the names of just over 54000 men from the British Commonwealth whose bodies have never been found after the battle of the Somme. More particularly those allied soldiers who died at Polygon Wood, Tyne Cot, Fromelle & Passchendaele. ...
... to use the momentum from my downhill to help on the uphill. I make it three quarters of the way before my bike is dancing so much on the cobbles I can't go any further. Better than the last climb, but still not all the way to the top. I have a feeling this cobblestone riding will take some getting used to.
We take off towards a brewery for some beer tasting and a tour. The Roman brewery has been around ...
... more 'gritty' than the picturesque places we have visited so far. Of note were the numbers of very friendly ladies who kept smiling at us and giving the local salutation which seems to involve showing either one or both of your considerably large breasts. We meat Angelique outside and are shown into our suitably Ikea'd ground floor studio. A little expensive but it is clean and August prices being what they are. Interestingly the ...
... From Paris Norde, (main station) we took the underground/metro to Champ-de- Mars, right next to the Eiffel Tower. When we came out of the underground we were shocked by the number of people on the street, it was packed. People heading towards the Eiffel Tower and people heading away from it, hawkers trying to flog little tiny replica's of the tower to every tourist that walked past. It was total bedlam trying to walk the 300m to the Novotel Eiffel Tower, but the ...