Holiday Inn Lille Ouest Englos
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... the Tring Mansion, which turned out to be another building built by the Rothschilds. As I couldn’t visit Hatfield House, we went to see Waddeston Manor, which was built by one of the Rothschilds as a home for the art that he collected. It was only every used as a Hunting Lodge so hasn’t suffered as much as many of the National Trust properties that we’ve seen. And it is also a demonstration that having plenty of money to spend and art ...
... was a young NZ soldier who was executed on 24 February 1918 and pardoned in 2000, whose family had brought over a wakahuia, a treasure box, containing information about him, a hei tiki and copy of the pardon. This was in the centre. A photo of each soldier is shown on a wall as their name is read out. And Tyne Cot is only one of many cemeteries. Everywhere you drive you pass another another one with rows and rows of headstones. I didn't realise ...
... 8211; clearly there had been heavy rain over the last couple of days. As a result, when pulling nose-first into our selected pitch, our front wheels began to spin, and spin. Oh dear! Our vehicle is incredibly nose heavy and low geared! Quickly abandoned all hope of self-extraction and relieved to hear that the site management would be able to help in the ...
By 1919 the Ypres Salient was a desolate place, thickly sown with hundreds of soldier’s cemeteries. Most were little more than bare expanses of trodden earth, just a few untidy rows of graves marked by battered pieces of wood. There were ...
... turned into a world war one Memorial and it is a brilliant display of how the battles raged around this once quite village and turned it into a major departure point for the British and Commonwealth soldiers as they all passed through this village and thru the now renowned Menin Gate, this is part of the reason i came to visit this Gate.
At 8pm every night they hold a ceremony called the last post as a sign of respect not just to the fallen but also to the Soldiers ...