We head back to Ypres for a meal and to attend the Last Post under the Menin Gate. The Menin gate in the shape of a Roman triumphal arch bears the names of 54,896 missing Commonwealth soldiers from the then British Empire. Since 1928,apart from during WW2, the Last Post has been sounded here every evening at precisely 8 o’clock to commemorate the fallen soldiers. The Menin Gate is only partially wheelchair accessible and the panels on which you can read the names are only accessible by stairs. The path that leads to the alternative route to the panels at the top of the Menin Gate is not wheelchair accessible. However, the main hall, where you can attend the playing of the Last Post every day, is wheelchair accessible. At the top of the Menin Gate, blind and visually impaired people can touch the model, which is an exact replica of the monument.