Greenhouse B&B

Mangelaarstraat 37, Ypres, West Flanders, 8920, Belgium | B&B
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This B&B is located on Mangelaarstraat 37, Ypres.
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Travel Blogs from Ypres


A travel blog entry by waterswandering on Aug 08, 2014

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... wandering around the little streets, watching, listening, tasting. It continues to amaze and humble me when you chat with the locals and they can speak a variety of languages fluently. While I know little of the history of Belgium, I did learn that a couple of locals played a role in a war that resulted in Belgium having Dutch as the national language, rather than French. Although from our ...

The western front

A travel blog entry by kerri.hobman on May 11, 2014

... he even found some information on him for me. lijssenthoek is the second biggesy common wealth cemetry in flanders, the biggest being tyne cot. in tyne cot most soldiers sre unknown where as most at lijssenthoek are known as it was a base hospital and most of these doldiers died here of there injuries. there is a very well done new information centre here that has info on the hospital and family information on soldiers buried here and each day they comemirate a soldier wjo ...

The Last Post?

A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on Mar 27, 2014

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... any deviation advice.Oh well, turn right and we will go where we will go... and it all duly came out in the wash, as it were.

A few little flurries of wrong turns in Ypres meant we saw more than planned, which was all to the good... Our first impressions of the Groote Maarkt and the centre of Ypres were of total surprise and wonder. What a stunning place!

The Hotel O is in the best possible location and our room looks out onto ...

A day at Ieper.

A travel blog entry by averileoverseas on Nov 30, 2013


... that were destroyed. We saw the La Petite Douve Farm the Rifle Brigade took, (now replaced) and apparently to this day live mines remain under the building. We visited more cemeteries where N Zers are buried and saw the graves of those who have been identified as NZ but the soldiers identity is not known. Two soldiers remains were discovered 3 months ago while some road reconstruction was being done. It is known they belonged to NZ. Could one of them have been Joe? ...

And now we lie, in Flanders fields

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Nov 10, 2013


... in Bosnia-Herzegovnia and had endured a root canal done with a fork and no anaesthetic, gave us a quick briefing on the background to what we'd be seeing, and then we set off. He handed out photographs of a destroyed Ypres, and photographs of what the Menin Poorte looked like before the Menin Gate memorial was built (i.e. during War time). Our first stop was Essex Farm. Named for the Essex in Ontario, not England, it was the site of hard fighting during ...