Ibis Lille Roubaix Centre
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... themselves in this strategic position. In April 1917, Canadian soldiers were successful in taking and holding Vimy Ridge. Hill 145, where the monument is positioned, is the highest point along the ridge.
Further within the site, are the preserved trenches and tunnels from that time. From both sides. Paul went through the tunnels but I declined, knowing the limits of both my claustrophibia and imagination. Extensive ...
... will also have to go on the list of things to do on my return trip to this side of the world. Since being in Belgium, I've tried some waffles (now I understand why there is the hype about them), cuberdoms or 'Flemish Noses' - berry cone shaped sweets that are a specially of Ghent, rabbit stew, Belgium chocolates and Belgium beer. How could you not love this country, with food like that on offer!? In Ghent we visited some old cathedrals where parts have ...
... so different under German rule. . So it is sad, but at the same time you are very grateful. There is a bunker around where John McRae wrote In Flanders Fields. That too is very moving. We are seeing signs of so many dead you can imagine how horrific the scene was for him as a medic. We saw Tyne Cot, Hooge Crater, Paashendale and all sorts of memorials and cemeteries. We saw the Weeping Soldier memorial for the Canadians who were the first ...
Goeden avond ... good evening everyone from Ypres.
Once again time has gotten away from me but I'll just file a brief report for now and update more fully in the morning our time.
We are just getting back after completing the Menin Gate ceremony and it was an amazing experience which will make you all at home very proud to be a part of Wellington College. The guys looked great doing it. Henry Glogau, Sam Becroft and Jack Laurenson laid the ...
... it a truly ANZAC cemetery, with many of these soldiers also being Gallipoli veterans.
Looking up the hill you can see the Toronto Avenue Cemetery, on what must have been a hard fought for slope. It is now the last resting place for 78 Australians, the only exclusively Australian cemetery on the Western Front, apart from Fromelles VC Corner Cemetery. As a special tribute to the lost men, the Menin Gate Buglers occasionally come to sound ...