Novotel Lille Aeroport
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nice and tidy, you know what you're going to get with Novotel
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Sun Oct 19 Started the day with a walk around Ypres with our guide where he explained and pointed out areas of WW1. We then walked to the Menin Gate and found Rob's Great Uncles name on the wall were many of the unfound Australian casualties of WW1 were named. From the gate we headed to the Ypres WW1 museum, which was quite depressing so I scooted through it quite ...
No matter where you drive, you always see wind turbines. Sometimes a few, sometimes fields or rows of them. As we drive towards these scattered locations, notice the fields have drying corn, others sprouts of green or some obscure green crop. Piled ready for collection are gigantic heaps of sugar beet and potatoes, enormous haystacks, even though there's limited livestock seen, and farmers busy ploughing, cutting, gathering.
Train to Ieper/Ypres. On the station, an older couple arrived who turned to us for help. Ha! Anyway, they were Canadian, so we could communicate and confirm that they were on the correct platform. They were heading to Poperinge from where they planned to explore the Ypres Salient on bikes. During the conversation, learnt that not only did she grow up on PEI, but her grandmother came from Newfoundland! ...
... 8220;Great, your getting the hang of this thing”. Seano said you could have fun with the Belgians by singing Unisex Chip Shop (a Bill Bailey song written as a parody of Billy Bragg). He told us the story of Unisex Chip Shop, where his son (who is a big Bill Bailey fan) asked Billy to sing it at Glastonbury, which he was planning on doing as a bit of a private joke between the two of them - but he ran into Bill Bailey at Glastonbury, and invited him to come ...
... destroyed in WW1. It was rebuilt from German war reparations and has a great cafe culture. We went on a tour of the Ypres Salient (front lines) which was really brilliant and informative. So much so that we went back the next day on our own to see some more sights and to go into some preserved trenches. It really gave us an insight into how bad things were for the ...