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Lille, France (24/6 to 26/6)
Next stop was the town of Lille in northern France but before I write about that town, I'll write about the trip there. On the way we had a mission to find a number of WWI memorial sites, particularly given the centenary and our starting point at Gallipoli. We managed to locate all of the sites we were after - Menin Gate and Vignacourt Cemetery where there is a memorial and a grave site of two of my good ...
... royalty as everything was on a grand scale, with every ceiling having some sort of detailed scene painted on it, marble floors and massive chandeliers. However the audio commentary that we listened to on the way round was interesting because we learnt how it had originally been a public town hall before being turned into a palace. After a sort rest Joyce & Eric had organised to pick us up at 6pm and take us out to see some of the ...
... issues in the real world and get a much overdue hair cut. I also had fun exploring our neighbourhood and the city a little more thoroughly than last time. We had a few evenings out, including one with one of Anna's bosses from AG's who was in town to deal with the MH17 treaty negotiations, which was a lot of fun, but was also a good reminder of why neither of us want to return to work under the current government. On ...
... through, it leads you around so you have to see everything. It is well done. I had heard of the story before but haven't read the book and it was still very informative. I can certainly see how it would be moving for some people. Pretty incredible story.
I was lucky and had room to myself, it was great all day but then 3 polish guys invaded at midnight. One Polish guy who just arrived by driving from another country. 20 hours for only ...
... news is that trains run every few minutes between the stations – and we caught the next one. There was Maarten waiting for us, as planned.
Maarten is a retired travel professional who walked us around The Hague for four hours and showed us the highlights of this important city – from the Peace Palace (the international court of dispute resolution between countries) to the Dutch Parliament, ...