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... address or location and spent some considerable time trying internet sites and just driving around looking for this site. Eventually we got the Sat Nav to locate this as a 'memorial' and reached the cemetery just after dark. It was also closed by then so I found a gap in the hedge fence I could climb through and paid my respects. Cheryl somewhat annoyed at my driving obsession to do what I had decided I wanted to do despite the dark and poor weather. Headed back for Ieper and ...
Hey loyal followers. What up? Kaylee and I have been so busy traveling that we've neglected to post our thoughts about Bruges! So thanks for your patience, and without further ado, here is my impression of Belgian beer culture. First impression. AWESOME. Second impression. My face on the floor. Ok, so that's maybe not (exactly) what happened, but only because I was appropriately warned by my Grandad before leaving England. In his words, ...
Brujas, Bélgica. 28 de Agosto de 2010.
Hoy terminamos de descubrir la ciudad!! Fue algo realmente espectacular, algo que había oído pero no había experimentado. Nos levantamos tempranito, 8 y 20 estábamos en el desayunador. Nuestros planes para desayunar-almorzar (jajaja) estaban listos. Como lo dije en la entrada anterior, el hostel no merece ser miembro de hostelling internacional, asique le íbamos a retribuir la falta, vaciándole la cocina jajajaaj. En la puerta de entrada ...
Bert recommended a trip on the canals and our tour took us over a few lovely looking bridges. They were lit up for night so one had a blue glow and another had interesting looking green moss on it.
We also saw the oldest house in the city and the oldest pub. We didn’t have money with us and I was not keen to bike after drinking although it might have made me more relaxed. We arrived back with a general agreement that biking tomorrow might not be a ...
... existed since at least the 1st century CE, as history records it being raided by the Romans. It grew in size and importance and became a textile center in the 13-16th centuries, during which time the towering Cloth Hall was built.
And then World War I happened. Ieper stood directly in the path of the Schlieffen Plan, Germany's strategy for winning the war. Once this plan had failed, the city stood between the Germans ...
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