Première Classe Lille Nord - Tourcoing
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... Fields museum and beautiful buildings. It is very pretty to walk on the old ramparts all around the city. At one of the city gates they hold a last post ceremony. They have held it every night at 8pm since ww1. When we were there they told the story of two brothers that died on the exact date 100 years ago. It was very moving and the echo of the last post off the memorial walls gave me ...
... people without knowing them, that are Always negative and lack of enthusiasm, people that only talk about their dreams but don't do anything about it. I prefer to be with people that laugh and make me laugh, people that enjoy life and not only talk about it...Life is way too short, don't take it all so serious. I constantly hear from here and there, 'wauw, I love your life, I'm so jealous blablabla...' Well, I'm sorry, but what's holding you back? Do you think it's ...
Today we got up in the morning and drove to Belgium. Honestly, it is not much different than North East France. There was no border to cross (because of the European Union) so we didn't even know when we crossed over! We toured some more WW I cemeteries today. They are very different from the cemeteries that you see every day in Canada because when you look at these graves, you know that if these people had not sacrificed their lives, life ...
... buried at Tyne Cot died on the same day in the same battle so it’s possible that NN is one of the soldiers buried there "known only to God". We went on to visit the museum next to the cemetery and it was here that I learnt the fate of NN. He was involved in the 2nd battle of Passchendaele which raged from 9 -12 October 1917. the Australians and New Zealanders forces relieved the British army and after winning some ground were severely decimated by ...
... boy, Alex (Mac) Maccol, so it was very nice to visit them both.
We then crossed the border into Belgium, stopping at the grave of a relative of James Day's - Daniel Day. We also stopped at a memorial to soldiers with unknown graves where Martin Ryan had the names of two relatives on the stone plaques.
After that we arrived in Ypres, passing through the Menin Gate where we will take part in a very special ceremony ...