Ibis Lille Centre Gares
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... my eye caught by the "odd." For example, I can’t remember the last time I saw a statue with a severed head on it (pic 1). I was also noticing how disfigured the faces are of those who are whipping Jesus (pic 2). That’s not necessarily odd, it makes sense they carved them that way. They’re “bad” guys. It was just interesting because all the other carvings weren’t like that so it stood out.
... awake long enough to get on France Time. Another observation; almost everyone here smokes; young and old alike. A nasty habit, to say the least.
It is now 7:30 AM here and the city is waking up after a heavy night of partying. I was jolted awake several times to the sounds of loud stage music and party goers outside my window. It sounded like so much fun, but I knew I would be ruined today if I did not get some sleep. I woke up around 5 AM ( that's 8 PM your time), ...
... and quite quickly with that. A reaction to the place, the people, the culture, the mentality. I really despised all that I could see around me, and I only wanted one thing, to run away. Thankfully, the happy international crowd at the youth hostel, many of them also looking for accomodation before the university year, were making up for it to some extent. Interestingly, my point of view was shared by multiple people, and I heard repeatedly some internationals ...
... The first ANZAC's arrived in 1916 to find a virtual ruin, and in 1917 it was the staging point for many major offensives.
During our enjoyable visit to Ypres, we spent several hours in the In Flanders Field Museum; undertook a four kilometre town walk; and ended with dinner after the daily Menin Gate Last Post ceremony.
Now with a population of about 35 000, Ypres has been ...
... we had some time to kill. We explored the area, coming upon the place de La republique, a beautiful government building and the art gallery. We decided to visit the visitors centre to get some maps and information. The centre itself we later learned was constructed in the 1400s and has been continually restored throughout the years gone by. From the visitors centre, we found the opera House, which ...