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... from such a thing? A coffee shop or two, a restaurant / snack bar here and there would be okay, we often hung out for a place to stop and refuel but found nothing. Some of the little isolated areas could certainly do with the employment opportunities. Again there were dozens of WW1 Cemeteries around Ypres we could have visited but we try to pick the most relevant or interesting. So after a good brekky, including freshly cooked bacon & eggs, we visited the Flanders ...
... shrapnel in a farmers field next to hill. After touring the museum we had dinner in a fantastic Belgian restaurant - I had a Flemish stew that was amazing and Josh had steak and oysters. We finished out the day taking in the ceremony at Menin Gate. Josh and the SFDCI students had an opportunity to take part in the ceremony. The students laid a wreath in honour of the fallen. Unfortunately, I couldn't see a ...
... a Canadian flag. Josh could write his own blog about men's washrooms in Europe! He is adjusting to the European washroom. The lack of privacy is an issue. Each visit he has a new story to share. Super long day today - been on the go since 7am - sat down for dinner at 10:30pm....in Ypres, Belgium!! Checked into our third hotel since arriving. Another day of rain, rain and more rain. Feeling happy to be clean and ...
Another 5am wake up while still adjusting to the time difference and early summertime sunrise, we decided to start early by tightly packing the car in a tetris-like fashion in preparation for our trip across to Belgium.
Janie spoiled us again with a beautiful omlette breaky, before sending us on our way via a supermarket to stock up on some gluten-free goodies.
We made the car ferry at Folkstone with plenty of time, ...
... visit to a chocolate shop and a lunch stop. After lunch we headed back into France to visit the Vimy Memorial. Students were given a guided tour of one of the many tunnels dug by Canadians before the battle and were able to walk through the preserved Canadian and German trench lines. We finished off with a visit to the Vimy monument before leaving for dinner and returning to the ...
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