Premiere Classe de Lille Nord Marcq-en-Baroeul
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... or war. We had an amazing dinner, beautiful spaghetti bolognaise, salad which followed a starter of proscuitto and honey dew, with pine nuts, and rocket. On the way into town Garry got a minor tear or strain in the a muscle in his calf, so we chatted to the local pharmacist for a while who spoke very good English - she was helpful. Stocked up on magnesium and deep heat before visiting the ...
... sans-serif; font-size: 16px; line-height: normal; ">Seven beers can legally use the name Trappist and apply the special logo to the bottles. They include Achel, Chimay, Orval, Rochefort, Westmalle, and Westvleteren, all located in Belgium, and La Trappe in the Netherlands. As Rochefort isn't open to the public we decided that visiting only 6 breweries in 6 days would have to do.
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... of a chain of defensive fortresses across Northern France to affirm the security of France inside the expanded borders as a result of the military campaigns of Louis XIV. By the time of World War 1 Le Quesnoy had retained these defences. At the end of the war, the Germans who had been occupying Le Quesnoy were believed to want to blow the city up on their departure. A contingent of NZ soldiers on 4 November 1918 decided ...
... men were up against.
In the days that followed the Allies attempted to push on to Passendale but by now the weather had broken turning the battlefield into a quagmire meaning the big guns could not be relocated to provide cover to the advancing troops. Passendale was eventually taken in early November. The Third Battle of Ypres only achieved 1/6th of its original objectives at the cost of around 400,000 casualties on both sides.
So many of the men, ...