Mercure Lille Metropole
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... in town. Extremely modern with all the multimedia gizmos and gadgets, along with the normal stuff you'd expect in such a place. Greg then mounted his trusty steed and headed out to Essex Farm, 2.5km from our B&B. (Wendy had a lay afternoon out of the rain). This is where the famous LTCOL McCrae wrote that moving poem "In Flanders Fields". We loved this poem, it captures the whole essence of war. Once learnt never forgotten. Time to remember it: In Flanders fields ...
... shrapnel in a farmers field next to hill. After touring the museum we had dinner in a fantastic Belgian restaurant - I had a Flemish stew that was amazing and Josh had steak and oysters. We finished out the day taking in the ceremony at Menin Gate. Josh and the SFDCI students had an opportunity to take part in the ceremony. The students laid a wreath in honour of the fallen. Unfortunately, I couldn't see a ...
... table that can extend to take 10 people, a very large library and an enormous white leather extended sofa on which to relax. Plus a huge (running out of synonyms for bloody big!) stereo and professional mixing system (that we were too scared to touch, it was so complicated) and accompanying record collection. We have 2 good size bedrooms and 2 bathrooms (one ensuite), which both have doors out to a fairly large patio area, complete with outdoor dining table ...
... and friendly that I need to mention her here. Oh, and also, she greeted me a happy birthday, HAHA! We arrived in Lille at around 10am and headed to the metro. This was the most tiring part of our trip. We had to carry our luggages down 'cos all the escalators were going up and the lifts don't work. Thankfully, we arrived in our residence without any problems.
The couple who were our guardians here in the residence greeted us and the woman accompanied us to check our rooms. ...
... but to be honest I don’t really enjoy shopping. I did however try on some boots and looked for a purse for my mom. We sat for some food on a patio in the city square which was real nice. The food was ick as I wanted a calzone but it had a half cooked “runny egg” in the middle. My food issues didn’t allow me to eat this however sitting and people watching is always a fun..
I noticed people in France are well ...
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Si mangia bene e si dorme bene
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