Hotel du Croise
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... that was only discovered recently. It was part of the Yorkshire offensive and is currently being restored. We then stopped at a place called Essex Farm. It is the exact location that John McCrae wrote In Flanders Fields. It was in a series of bunkers that were used by the Canadian troops as a hospital. The bunkers have been restored along with a memorial cemetery. At Ypres itself there is a ...
... the other passengers with our singing and dancing as we entered the French roads, making our way over to the Belgian border, and our first city of the day - Ypres. Being Kevin I had sussed out the sights, prices, and car parking arrangements for us all, and we headed straight to the centre of town before the Market closed down. After this we headed over to the Menin Gate, the ...
... short period the Germans occupied Ieper). We had a look at the gate before the crowds that evening and then set off for Polyglon Wood. This is a cemetery with mostly Australian and New Zealand soldiers buried, many of them "unknown". It is also the site of the memorial to the Australian 5th Division, a very imposing and beautiful memorial. The topography of the area is unchanged from when our soldiers would have seen it - very flat with farms and small villages everywhere - ...
... on its in-house smokery. Many of the dishes served utilise this as the foundation of the flavour before the meat is prepared as part of the meal. Kate ordered the ribs and I had to go for the Maison tartare as I saw one on another table. The food (meat) was good and the unhurried atmosphere made for a relaxing last evening. A gentle walk back and then an early night in preparation for our start at stupid o'clock to catch an early ...
... I would buy in the upcoming sale. We then went to the big supermarket to look for some more household things before going back to the flat. We decided to rest for a bit because we felt super tired before heading to Vieux Lille (Old LIlle). It was simply amazing! We were walking on brick stones as we pass old buildings. We saw different pastry shops and stopped at one to buy some pain au ...