Premiere Classe Lille Est - Stade Pierre Mauroy
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... so I could easily figure out where I was.
The only people who speak English here are Museum personnel so I’ve had to be a little bit bolder and try my hand at French. I’m starting to understand more when I read stuff but I just can’t catch on when people speak. It’s frustrating. I am very proud of myself though for going out to a sit down dinner tonight though. The last time I did I felt so dumb I’ve ...
... Flemish language is perfect Dutch - until a “Flem" starts to talk to you - when the first word may be "Allez!" which is French, and the rest sounds like a totally foreign language. So it is much easier to frown and communicate in English.
While on the subject of English, I think, almost without exception, everyone in Holland speaks English or at least some English. Even my old Mum (when she was still alive) could speak some English because all movies and ...
... in 2015 starved of wifi!! Jon caught up with last night’s Mayweather-Pacquiao fight and I got on the blog mission. Then Jon cooked a Sunday roast extravaganza whilst I continued with the uploading – quite the achievement on a two-ring stove. It was the works... Stuffed chicken breasts, roasties, carrots, broccoli, gravy and white wine... What a feast... Leftover burger and biccies for Prego... We are lucky, lucky people (and a ...
... the 3rd Battle of Ypres as my Great-Grandfather fought and was shot there but luckily survived. The Museum was absolutely fantastic. The were lots of sad stories and distressing photos, but the men who fought in the war saw many more distressing things including the photos that we saw nearly every day. After the Museum we had ...
... and loss of life from 1914 to 1917 and today is so bucolic and peaceful is the site of many monuments. The Commonwealth War Graves Commission has done a lot of work to keep the memory of the fallen alive and it was heartening to see the number of memorials and the way in which they have been developed and maintained to such a high standard. The funding of the work comes from 6 Commonwealth countries including Australia but is actually based in Ieper . It ...