Ibis Lille Lomme Centre
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... avoiding it. Plus it’s more expensive. I think it went well. The waitress didn’t laugh at me so that was good….
I spent a lot of time walking around Lille’s touristy center today and less time in museums. I’m trying to give myself a bit of a break so I won’t get numb to what I see. I did however go to one museum today as, according to whomever I used to do my research for places to go (translation: I ...
... why the towns always looked deserted and why fully loaded tractors were allowed on main city streets. We were convinced at some points that we would be taken out by an extra large hay bail. We stopped for groceries on our way home, and we had a lovely pasta with spinach, prosciutto, vegetables and Boursin cheese. Of course we had a few bottles of champagne to go with it, and it was a lovely evening after a tiring ...
... my 50th birthday,here I am. We joined a tour group today, a bus load of 20 Australians led by an eccentric English historian, and traced the paths many young Australian soldiers trod, almost 100 years ago. The farming countryside was beautiful, with Australian flags appearing so frequently on village buildings,memorials, farm gates and stuck in the dirt by the roadside, that ...
... a walk along the Ramparts Route to the Lille Gate on a pathway above the walled city, along the River Ieperlee. Beautiful greenery with maple and chestnut trees losing their leaves provides a peaceful walk with various art features. At the top of the rampart next to Lille Gate there is a WWI military cemetery, the Ramparts War Cemetary, which is small with a few Maori tombstones. The Menin Gate and cemeteries are maintained by the Commonwealth ...
... sights of the dead,
the wounded, the maimed, and a terrible anxiety lest the line should
give way." The feeling cannot be adequately described. I was in saddened awe.
The weather was starting to turn, so we returned to our van and drove further on, to Carrefour des Roses, which marks the place where the Germans first used chlorine gas. The gas was originally invented by a Jewish-German chemist, whose wife killed herself after WWI because ...