Hotel Restaurant L'Industrie
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... many tunnels, corridors and steps to navigate in the ice splendour..Upon exiting the box of tissues is offered fir all.. A necessity after that icy temperature
Onto rail travel again to Ypres or IpersTo pay our respects at the Menin Gate.a memorial archway dedicated to British & Commonwealth soldiers killed in the Ypres battles and whose graves are unknown.It is located at one of the ...
Tried to take the ferry a couple of days early but the charge was ridiculous so here we are still! Did an excellent shop in Auchan, then found a brilliant are at Les Erables for the night. A super long walk yesterday was flowed by a quiet and peaceful night. Now 'enjoying' a coffee and the wifi and back to the same aire for the night with an early ferry ...
A pleasant day with lunch and wifi at Flunch (Auchan) and then off to Calais for the vet. Parked at the aire in clear weather and sunshine and no obvious problems so we opted to stay. It was a noisy night with police presence, loads of sirens and a disturbed sleep. So, we headed off to the port to re-arrange our return but at 69 ...
... pineapple & strawberries + four different kinds of bread + the usual croissants completed the meal.
Although the journey up to St Omer is not very picturesque, we loved having sunshine so being able to see the countryside all around us.
Entering Picardie there were lots of reminders of WW1 which bring you down to earth. Passing Vimy we caught a glimpse ...
... with choirs, bands, bishops, priests and nuns, followed by hundreds of people. We followed them to the historic old main square, the Hauptmarkt, where an altar had been set up for a short service.
As this ended a deafening clamour broke out as every bell in Trier rang while the procession moved on into the Cathedral. It was Corpus Christi, which is a Bank Holiday in this ...