La Chartreuse du Val Saint Esprit
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... pay our respects to Great Grand Uncle Albert Dickson. There is a new museum and visitors centre there now, which is very elegant, respectful and fitting for the solemnity of the place.
We ended a very special anniversary day with a fantastic dinner at a local eatery, complete with beer, beer, food and hoppajenever (which is like a local grappa made with hops......fiery to say the least).
We were a little sad to leave Poperinge, but we have no doubt that we will be back ...
... the vast numbers of war dead so much more real and comprehensible when you see all the headstones, the lists of thousands upon thousands of names & you see the gratitude of the local people & the esteem which they still hold for those countries & to the efforts of the men from these often far off places. Rest assured the bravery and sacrifice will never be forgotten. ...
... who fell on this part of the western front, many of whose remains were recently identified and reburied after nearly 90 years. You can only i buymagine what it must have been like for their mothers, fathers, wives and other family to die not knowing what had happened to their loved ones, nor where their bodies lay. War solves nothing and too many young men sacrificed their futures, placing their lives in the hands of incompetent generals & commanders. Sorry but I am the mother of ...
Departed Cantebury and set off for Dover. Our European adventure starts!
A calm, uneventful crossing and an easy drive to our first overnight stop in France, in Boiry Notre Dame. Arrived mid-afternoon – an acceptable site but clearly a "transit" location for Calais bound tourists. All the locations were grass and the reception apologised for ...
Once again apologies for the very late full update, hopefully most of you haven't given up just yet!!
Yesterday we began with a walk around the old ramparts of the town of Ypres with Mr McNulty leading the way along with his rich explanations of the history of the town. We learnt along the way that all the buildings and structures around us had all been reconstructed. The entire town of Ypres was flattered during the First World War. We also saw one of the prettiest ...