Ibis Lille Roubaix Centre
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Today was one of those days that make you appreciate the ease of travel around Europe compared to the distances we travel in Australia.
This morning our day started with breakfast in Germany followed by lunch in the Netherlands, afternoon tea in France and dinner in Belgium! The time it takes us to drive from Proserpine to Rockhampton we drove through 4 different countries!
Two nights in Belgium, and we've done a dash of the tourist spots in Ghent and Bruges. My goodness are they beautiful cities. I didn't realise that there could be towns that are so well preserved from medieval times. To be honest, the medieval era seems like something from fairytales, not a time that actually exists in our history (yes, I am Australian). The buildings, statues of knights in chain mail, and dragon motifs seem like you're in an episode of Game ...
... lived his last few years in the laurentians of Quebec in a sanitarium because of the gas damage to his lungs. Died in 1920 in his early 40s. He is considered a casualty of the war. Neat to be here and see the weeping soldier memorial and other Ypres stuff. Our room tonight is a house in Zonnebrek a very small village. It is gorgeous and so is the weather. We walked about 80m to the butcher shop to get stuff to make dinner! What a treat ...
... meticulously reconstructed. The end result is an amazing with the old style edifices showing no signs of decay or erosion, but now after 80 years the brickwork looks authentically antique.
The most poignant structure in the town is the massive Menin Gate War Memorial which was built on the site of the old Menenport, which served as the route for ...
Well this is version two as silly here accidentally deleted the first one, so here i go again.
Ok today we headed out of Brussels with my friend Judy Tour Guide
extraordinary and awesome lady, she picked us up in her car and away we
went first call was to a Trappist Monastery to taste some famous Belgium
beer, we soon were driving through the Belgium country side and it at
first was scary as they drive on the wrong side of ...