Sejours & Affaires Lille - Europe
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... and moved to nearby cemeteries. Many other artifacts are now stored in the Flander's Fields Ieper Museum. Now there is a reconstructed zig zag trench showing the entry and exit to the underground tunnel network which was marked at ground level by gravel pathways. We were pleased we had persisted and found this site. After this we easily found Hill 60 and enjoyed a walk over this uneven ground. Amazing to be on the site of such military significance and story captured is in major ...
... in the North by the French in honour of what our country contributed during the wars, particularly the first.
I won't say much else, I just think its important to take a moment and recognize that we live in a country that does have a young but rich history in this respect.
... The drawbar on the trailer broke and the whole unit went careering across the road towards me. Luckily I was far enough away that it did not reach me.
Now the excitement is over I took off for my hotel at Lille and the swimming pool that awaits - I want to enjoy a swim in the sunny afternoon.
By the way.....that swim was good.
I did a really dumb thing today...... before dinner I thought I would enjoy a ...
... Canadian infantryman, head bowed, hands placed atop the butt of his rifle marks the spot where the Germany first used mustard gas with great and tragic effect.
Once checked into our hotel opposite Garé de Lille station, Damo and I head to the bar on the street below for a well earned beer. One beer turns to several as we are joined by the girls, Andy and Matt, our Kiwi coach driver. Andy, a tall, solid Englishman with features not unlike the lion from the Wizard ...
... on. Here's hoping it works!
That blogging should not be done as an after thought years after the travelling (but I really want to include everything!) And I'm very lucky I still have the emails I sent home from summer '09 to help with the blogs. ...