Le Domaine des Cigognes Hotel
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... of Arras by the allies on 7th September 1944. There was a large fair and a firework display in the squares..
At just after midnight and there being no obvious signs of any taxi's being available, we managed to 'blag' the chef at the restaurant we had been eating and drinking at, for a lift back to the hotel as walking back wasn't fancied by any of us.
Mileage - 94 (including the unscheduled tour of Calais)
Total mileage - 302
... there. I walked down and hill.....and realized....holy **** I was in a crater....it was freaking huge....that must of been a big boom....it was like 70,000 lbs of explosives in it. Wow...its all I had in me head....wow....back to the bike time to find some Canadian sites....Hill 62...a Canadian battleground.
So off I went...the skies opened up...time to put me gear on so pull in under a tree and got me slickers on and off I went...not far away ...
... Our poppy identification bracelets, each embedded with a computer chip, allowed us to log in and receive stories about people who matched our age, gender, or nationality, as well as detailed information about items on display throughout the museum.
As we wandered through the exhibits, the mood kept sombre by shadowed light and instrumental music, we had many opportunities to learn more about World ...
... the trenches at Hill 62, a number of smaller cemeteries around Ypres and finally arrived back at the hotel at around 12.30. We walked into town to have some lunch then visited the In Flanders Field Museum. We spent about Na hour there then went and got in the car and went to visit Uncle Jack's grave at the Belgian Battery Cemetery. Moving experience although Neville and Joan seemed a little ...
... shows in the quality of their cuisine. The market was filled with stall after stall of luscious local fruits and vegetables, every stage of chicken from live to seasoned to rotisserie. The cheeses, charcuterie and fish stalls puts the St. Lawrence to shame, with the variety of shrimp, langoustine, lobster, crab alone beyond anything we have in TO. And this market is only one of two weekly outdoor farmers' markets. One section had a series of 8x10 tables ...