Première Classe Lille Nord - Tourcoing
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... Germans a few days later. Lastly we went to his reburial in the Y Farm cemetery in Bois Grenier to pay respects. It makes you want to pull your shoulders back not with pride but to shape up. For light relief we attended the last post ceremony at the Menin Gate in Ypres which has a big crowd each evening and growing year by year according to our host at the BnB. A steak for dinner with a good Duero which would have been Xmas for the above ...
... are ramparts and a moat surrounding quite a bit of the old town. It's possible to walk around the top, following a pathway under lovely trees. We saw a mother duck with six ducklings, and a number of cyclists, joggers and people walking their dogs. There is a small War Cemetery, the Ramparts Cemetery, which has the graves of a number of Australians, some New Zealanders, some of whom belonged to a Maori Regiment, and British soldiers. As all war cemeteries are, ...
... him. We climbed a very large tower which overlooked everything and you could imagine where the soldiers held their position to protect the town from this section of the hill. Cameron had also prearranged a personal visit to the secondary college which has an Australian Club. Great for us all to see how different the school was, the girls liked the cafeteria the best! They have an hour and half for lunch and work from 8:30 to 5:00pm. ...
... the road to the Flanders Museum before the last entrance at 4pm.
The Museum is in a gorgeous building and laid out with style. Well worth a visit, it is packed with enough information to keep a brain occupied for a lifetime.
You collect a Poppy wristband at reception, and it allows you to log in to various exhibits which then give you information more tailored to your background.
Unfortunately being a bit dense, I failed the log in ...
After a great Flemish breakfast we set off to the market in the town square of Ypres (Ieper in Belguim/Flemish). One kilo of strawberries for 4 euro, pineapples for 1 euro - my kind of shopping. With our map in hand we set off to walk the walls of the city and get some amazing views. It started at Menim Gate and included both recent use by the Germans, ...