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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.
... field, and the the official red referees' cars. In short, all the paraphernalia we have been watching on TV for years. Then the peloton appeared over the top of the bridge. They had Caught the break-away rider shortly before Peronne so they were all in a large, slightly strung out bunch and they went by very quickly. We did recognize a few individual riders and just had time to yell "Go Tee Jay" for the American rider and then they were past. Bringing up ...
... the steering and looking very calm about it, and then Sasha had a lesson in steering and completed a figure of eight on her own.
John did a BBQ on the grass area, so we took the table and chairs over together with a picnic blanket so Sasha and Ella could have a bit of a run around. We hoped they wouldn’t get stung by some of the nettles that were about but they were OK. We sat out till quite late before retiring for the ...
... bottle. Train announce that we can board at 10.40am, together with another train to Paris. So the whole scene was so crowded! Anyway, manage to get on the train and ours are table seat, with no one sitting with us! So 4 seats for 2 of us, thanks to my smart choosing plan! It takes 2 hours to arrive brussels, and now the train conductor announced that we are arriving. ...
The national historic site of Vimy Ridge sits atop Hill 145. This hill is the highest point on the 14 km long Vimy Ridge and during the war, it was a highly significant part of the German defence system. It was highly strategic earlier on in the war, but when the Canadians took the ridge in 1917, we learned that it wasn’t extremely significant in terms of being a strategic victory. It was however, a very symbolic and morale lifting ...