Tempelhof

Address: Tempelstraat 6, Ypres, West Flanders, 8900, Belgium | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Tempelstraat 6, Ypres, is near In Flanders Fields Museum, Flanders Battlefield Tours, and Over The Top Tours.
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    Travel Blogs from Ypres

    Flanders Battlefields

    A travel blog entry by juleslivvyfay on Apr 05, 2015

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    ... the vast numbers of war dead so much more real and comprehensible when you see all the headstones, the lists of thousands upon thousands of names & you see the gratitude of the local people & the esteem which they still hold for those countries & to the efforts of the men from these often far off places. Rest assured the bravery and sacrifice will never be forgotten. ...

    In the fields of Flanders

    A travel blog entry by alliemtanner on Feb 17, 2015

    7 photos

    ... young men came for treatment and many died.

    The day is unlike any other. I am on a tour with 12 others, all from countries that make up the allied forces. In a bus we crisscross the 12 kilometers between Passchendaele and Ypres where a century ago, half a million soldiers died.

    I think that is the first thing that strikes me. Thousands of men spent four years fighting over the same 12 kilometers. Now there is a beautiful corduroy ...

    In Flanders' Fields...

    A travel blog entry by constance20 on Sep 24, 2014

    13 photos

    ... was a young NZ soldier who was executed on 24 February 1918 and pardoned in 2000, whose family had brought over a wakahuia, a treasure box, containing information about him, a hei tiki and copy of the pardon. This was in the centre. A photo of each soldier is shown on a wall as their name is read out. And Tyne Cot is only one of many cemeteries. Everywhere you drive you pass another another one with rows and rows of headstones. I didn't realise ...

    Ypres Salient......here we go

    A travel blog entry by tyamkovy on Aug 30, 2014

    33 photos

    ... in the middle of a cow pasture...stopped to take a look and pay respect...hopped on the bike carried on and not far away another....and another ..... and another....all done beautifully and well kept and they all had a similar look...all the Commonwealth sites seem to be laid out the same. They are every where.....every road....very sobering as to how many. So lo and behold I found Hill 60....parked the bike and realized I had no phone .... ******* ...

    In Flanders Fields

    A travel blog entry by themaggiej on Apr 17, 2014

    8 comments, 43 photos

    ... perhaps the most poignant was the site of the Christmas truce. This little site was marked by a small plaque by the side of the road which was surrounded by soccer balls, coffee mugs and poppies of remembrance placed by the public. There was also a plaque displaying a diagram contained in a letter written by one of the British soldiers that described the site and the activity during the truce. The Christmas truce was an unofficial ceasefire on Christmas Eve ...