Premiere Classe de Lille Nord Marcq-en-Baroeul
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... with auto and GPS for free. BONUS. Off we go driving on the right side of the road. Roundabouts are interesting because you go around the anti clockwise which doesn't sound a big deal until you have to change 37 years of doing it one way. We set the GPS to take us to Ypres in Belgium with no freeways, highways or toll roads. Once we get out of Lille, we are out in the French countryside which is beautiful. Driving along and We see this big river with big cruise ...
... our tour, we booked a tour starting in London today to the World War 1 Battlefields, we opted to meet the tour in Lille, France at the hotel the tour was starting from. We were dropped at the Gare du Nord by the tour bus, we had a bit of trouble being understood when it was time to buy our tickets ( I wished I payed more attention in French lessons) but we got here, our travelling companions will arrive at 8pm all ready for our first day of touring tomorrow.
... and was sent to England to recover, but at least he survived.
We signed the visitor register and climbed the tower that watches over the names of 11,000 young Australians who were killed, and whose burial place is unknown. There were poppies, Australian flags, and photos of family members left in memory of lost loved ones.
After this we walked back to the outskirts of town and found the memorial marker that marks the extent of the ...
... day after a lunch of steak and breaded mashed potatoes. The previous night's supper had been steamed mussels and frieten. Aunty F was saying that whenever she asked Kimmy what she would want for supper, Kimmy would respond, "frieches (sp?)"!
We were late getting back to Aunty J's too and when we got there, our next event on the program was already there, Uncle Johan, who was going to take Dad and I to a war museum back in ...
... large coaches bringing thousands of tourists to trawl through a very touristy group of shops and restaurants. On the last day we went as a group to a cheese farm to learn about Dutch cheese-making. The best part was the tasting at the end. The worst part was riding from the boat to the cheese farm for about 5 km as a group. I don't think any of our fellow riders had ridden in a group before!!!! On board we enjoyed the company of our Italian companions Daniele ...