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Up early again for breakfast, this time a French affair with croissants and omelettes, Gary's dad managed an omelette sandwich- definitely not something I would try, but each to their own! The croissants were very fresh and along with a couple of cups of tea, we were ready to go.
our first stop was Ypres to learn about the WW1 battles that …
I actually forgot until I went out to dinner tonight and saw all the cute kids dressed up. From what I was told, Halloween isn't a bit deal in France but from what I see, it sure seems to be a major holiday.
Today I was in Lille, France which no one has heard of and yet, it’s a giant city. Its center reminded me a lot of Ashland where it has great little shops, neat stone ...
... congress. For one thing there's lots going on, with all sorts of Esperanto groups presenting themselves, and since I've been going it's been open to the public in order to showcase Esperanto to the locals - and that means me. There used to also be a get to know each other evening but that's been combined into this so called fair. Not a good idea in my opinion. How can you get to know each other with so many people pushing their ...
... asked the right thing and interpreted the directions correctly because before we knew it we had arrived. The grounds of Orval were amazing. There are ruins from when the monastery was initially founded (around the 11th century) and was burned down during the French Revolution. They have now built a new monastery next door to the ruins and you can walk around the old monastery ruins and peek into the new monastery. It all looked magnificent. After spending longer than we thought ...
... 15 feet high and was insipired by the famous inscribed columns erected by the Emperor Ashoka throughout India in the 3rd century BC. The column is surmounted with a Lotus Capital, the Imperial British Crown and the Star of India. Two tigers are carved on either side of the column guarding the temple of the dead. On the lower part of the column the words 'God is One, His is the Victory' are inscribed in English, with similar texts in Arabic, Hindi, and ...