AS Hotel Ronchin
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... A very moving service with buglers and flag bearers. Lots of spectators. While waiting the hour or so for the service to begin we met a few guys from the Scottish military (Alistair), funny blokes! After the service our whole tour group went for dinner together, which was fun, a few beers, wines and some local fare, 'Flemish Stew'; a beef stewed with beer, it was ...
... the site are off limits due to unexploded ordnance, so grazing sheep are used to keep the grass down.
Guedecourt, Masnieres and Monchy-le-Preux for the Newfoundlander's caribou. The bronze caribou, all identical, always face the direction of the battle. Each in its own well maintained plot, two with adjacent fields, one in the middle of town.
... South Africa and other dominions were also identified on the walls. A large number of senior military personel were present. Turned out there was a military legal conference happening at the time, so all attendees showed up for the Last Post.
The band marched off playing Scotland the Brave.
By this time it was both late and cold. Headed back to the station, only to ...
... above. 80% of the town was destroyed during the second world war. Next stop was Carriere Wellington (Wellington Quarry) I got there just before 1 but the tour didnt start until 2.30. So I decided to go back to my B&B to call the airline again. For some reason my mobile wont call international even though I have international roam on my phone. (Sent an email to Virgin, 2 days until they reply....I am sick if large multinationals) I had called the Air Seychelles in the morning ...
... Belgian government to do the equivalent job to that performed by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. Just to the west of where we are staying is the valley of the River Iser (or Ijzer). It flows through the town of Diksmuide and out into the North Sea at Nieuwpoort. The tidal inflow and river outlet has for centuries been controlled by sluices. In 1914, as the German army was advancing west across Belgium, the local people opened the gates to the sea and allowed ...