Le Grand Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Pets allowed
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A few shots of this afternoon in Ieper and the last post service at Menin Gate - which has been conducted every night at this site since 1920. This memorial had the names of just over 54000 men from the British Commonwealth whose bodies have never been found after the battle of the Somme. More particularly those allied soldiers who died at Polygon Wood, Tyne Cot, Fromelle & Passchendaele. ...
... to at home, where mountains cut into the sky and there is always something taller than you. Never the less, the never ending incline and seemingly rare downhill rides leave me with shaky legs and out of breath.We journey along the edge of the hill as the valley cascades down to my right. The next climb is Petersberg. It is another cobble climb that is longer but not as steep as the Koppenberg. Thinking I'm being smart, ...
... use the name Trappist on a bottle of beer; first, the beer must be brewed within a Trappist Abbey, second, the beer must be brewed under the supervision and responsibility of the monks, and third, the majority of the revenue produced must be dedicated to charitable work.
... washed the dishes, washed ourselves and went to bed.
Now, I woke up at 4am because I felt hungry. I am simultaneously chatting and skyping with my friends while eating some cold bread and butter. I am really excited for our adventure today. I know this is a very long blog post so I congratulate you if you've made it here. I would've added pictures but I don't have a memory card reader here and/or wifi (yet!). I think I'll try to go back to sleep now..
Au revoir! à demain!
... of a chain of defensive fortresses across Northern France to affirm the security of France inside the expanded borders as a result of the military campaigns of Louis XIV. By the time of World War 1 Le Quesnoy had retained these defences. At the end of the war, the Germans who had been occupying Le Quesnoy were believed to want to blow the city up on their departure. A contingent of NZ soldiers on 4 November 1918 decided ...