Ibis Lille Roubaix Centre
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My legs are burning, my breathing is heavy and my whole body is shaking but I can’t give up. I look up at the cobblestoned hill that stretches up in front of me and think, ‘how does anyone ever get to the top?’ In that moment of doubt, I titer over and fall off my bike.
This is the most incredible day so far of my time in Belgium. I am riding a section of the Tour de Flanders, through the ...
... had been released from jail only 4-5 months ago. Farid le Fou who has been in prison since 1985 for killing someone has been released from prison because he was refusing to eat and his health was in bad condition. A mum kills her baby and shows no regrets during court. A psycho attacks a small child with a screwdriver in a supermarket. 2 youngsters of 16 and 17 years old throw a stone from a bridge and kill an innocent driver. A drugs gang has been released by the ...
... It's not that bad, just very strategic packing required) Nice breakfast and shared the venue with a group of ex British servicemen here on a pilgrimage. After 7 weeks of continual news Scotland didn't vote to leave the UK, maybe that will be the last we will here of it. Our main priority was to spend several hours in the In Flanders Field Museum. We were very impressed with the displays of memorabilia, the recreation of scenes, the ...
... to see all those names on the wall. We then went to a small private museum near Hill 60 where a Belgian family started a museum in the 1920s and it hasn’t changed. They have collected so much memorabilia from the war and in their backyard are the only fully intact trenches which they have kept as they found them when they returned after the war. It gives you a good insight into just how narrow and muddy they ...
... We walked past two original towers which had arrow slits as well as cannon size gaps. Next were two British pill-boxes. Whilst here, a group of pre-school children & their teachers arrived. They were excitedly collecting natural items like leaves and seeds which they were placing in egg cartons. Each child wore a high-vis vest, the second time we have seen this - an interesting idea to keep track of them whilst out on excursions.
From here we walked through the gorgeous ...