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... an earlier post). We also located the Australian memorial near the museum. Later that night we went back to Menin Gate in Ypres, Belgium where they play the Last Post every night at 8pm - and it was absolutely packed (see https://goo.gl/photos/EjPYLewpATv1z7hs5 for a short video before the service) and also Tyne Cot cemetery (largest Commonwealth WWI cemetery). In the end Lille is a great base for all of these locations, we just didn't love the city itself.
... in Binnenhof. The building is used for the sate opening of the Dutch Parliament. I loved the guilded fountain ou in the courtyard. There was so much detail!
Then we moved on to Mauritshuis. The museum houses the royal cabinet of paintings. The museum contains several wonderful paintings by Reubens, Hals, Rembrandt, and Vermeer. The mos famous painting in the museum is The Girl With the Pearl Earring. This is a painting I have been hoping to see in person for a long time. ...
... my first Dutch visitors at Razorback) was waiting for us ,they made the best Applepie in Holland Dudok,and it was great .and then they took us to Zadkine monument ( a representing statue of the heart of Holland was torn apart with the bombing of ROTTERDAM during the war)and then we walked all around the city centrum looking at all the old buildings etc The girls then took us to a eatery HAPPY ITALY for dinner and it was an open kitchen where you could see all ...
... the doors were closed and locked. There were four of us trying to get on to this train – but the doors wouldn’t open – even a kind woman couldn’t open them from the inside. (This is very unusual, because the doors generally do not close until an instant before the train pulls out.) This seemed to be our day to miss trains by seconds!!
This was a good excuse to get a sandwich ...
... Bruge also has a beautiful square – great for people watching and just sitting down for a drink or three.
31st & 1st March – We used these two days to sleep in and recharge our batteries. This is our second visit to Delft and I felt I still hadn't explored the pretty town to its fullest so we took this time to do just this. We also spent this time to plan for the next leg of our journey as next stop was Italy. ...