Ibis Lille Lomme Centre
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Today was one of those days that make you appreciate the ease of travel around Europe compared to the distances we travel in Australia.
This morning our day started with breakfast in Germany followed by lunch in the Netherlands, afternoon tea in France and dinner in Belgium! The time it takes us to drive from Proserpine to Rockhampton we drove through 4 different countries!
... as far away as Australia to fight in this neutral territory. A 24 hour flight in the modern day was a 6 week jointly by boat to fight a war we didn't even start but we certainly helped finish. As we stroll row upon row of white headstones and honour boards the outstanding number of men under the age of 18 or whom went to war under a fake name is breath taking. I ...
... that bit) Silence. Rep "Would you like the address?" Me "Yes, Qui, Qui" I get the address (finally) and I recognised the street name. It was just down he road. I put on my shoes and sore feet be damned I was off, charging down the street. I got there around 6.35. I was checking my watch along the and I knew I wasn't going to make it by 6.30 but I was praying they closed just a little late. No luck. They closed on time, so close and yet so far. Thankfully there was a bottle shop on the way ...
We were given the most amazing French breakfast of delicious yoghurts, fresh fruit, croissants and chocolate pastries, cake, baguettes and serval home made jams.
We went to Le Quesnoy because of a children’s book of this title written by NZer Glynn Harper about 3 years ago. Will’ s class at the time reenacted the story of the small French town saved by a NZ regiment from the Germans in WW!. Dring this time we discovered ...
... figure a century later. The figures will be built (in 2018) into a large installation in what is now a public park near Ypres (on the Front Line of 1914-1918). We were on the team which started the afternoon with clay work. The clay came in cylinders about 100mm diameter and 300mm long and at ideal moisture content for working. Each piece had to be cut into two equal lengths with a cheese wire device on a wooden block. On your work bench, roll it in sand and ...