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... hitting the motorway.
After a great day's ride we arrived in Mons at our hotel. It was just metres from the Grand Place and had free parking on a first come, first served basis. We arrived with minutes to spare and bagged a great spot near the hotel entrance. Soon every space was taken and people ...
... of 244 Commonwealth soldiers and it is clear from the dates recorded on the tombstones that a large number of Australians were killed on the 15th April 1917.
It was certainly a confronting day, and made more so knowing that we have a direct family connection to the areas visited and we are sure this will just be the start of our research into Harold Lone.
We drove on another hour or so crossing from France into Belgium and arriving at ...
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THE BOTTOM THREE...AVOID AND GO TO THE IRISH PUB
11. Brussels - Why not in the Grand Place? Brussels has one of the nicest Grand Places in Europe, and all they had there was the tree. The tree was not a Christmas tree, it was a tree they got from Latvia, so all the ornaments hanging on it said 'Riga'...really original, we get that you got the tree from Latvia, thanks for the reminder. I understand that some countries don't want to ...
... that the brass band is just ahead of the carriage in the parade and has to hustle up the hill to keep from being overrun! We then boarded our buses to visit the St Symphorien Cemetery of German and Allied war graves from the first world war. It has the graves of the first and last Allied soldiers who died during the official period of the war, with the last soldier perishing just 3 minutes before the 11th minute of the 11th hour... Our ...
... the gates but it wasn't open today. We stopped in the information center and I got a map of the city which was super helpful. Up until then I had been using a picture that I had taken on my phone of a map in my Brussels book. At the information center, Liz picked up a flyer for the Hard Rock Café Brussels so we headed there. We cut through Mont des Arts/Kunstberg which was a very pretty park area. We found Hard Rock and ate lunch there. Our waitress spoke ...