Yoake Bed and Breakfast

Address: Tempelstraat 35, Ypres, West Flanders, 8900, Belgium | B&B
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This B&B, located on Tempelstraat 35, Ypres, is near In Flanders Fields Museum, Flanders Battlefield Tours, and Over The Top Tours.
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Travel Blogs from Ypres

Belgium day 3 - 7

A travel blog entry by leighbee87 on Sep 05, 2014

... metro to contend with. The train from Bruges to Brussels takes about 1 hr. Tickets costed €28 return for a adult in 2'd class. Although not as pretty there is still some stunning architecture. Mainly in the grand plaza. We also went to the mannequin of pis. Complete disappointment. It was one of the reasons we wanted to travel to Brussels and it just wasn't worth it. We went to the atomium which was €11 to go in and visit. It looks pretty cool from ...

War Memorials

A travel blog entry by sammy_and_macca on Aug 26, 2014

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What an emotional day we had! We travelled to Villers Brettoneaux and visited Adelaide Cemetry where many Australians are buried, the joint Australian France Museum and then the Australian War Memorial which was amazing. So many graves and the names of Australian soldiers who died (12,000 unknown soldiers) written on huge walls. I found a soldier named Private Buchanan from Walhalla which certainly bought me to tears. We left an Anzac ...

The western front

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

... ago but also its so hard to imagine living and farming somewhere where hundreds of thousands of missing soldiers lie. people in these areas have moved on with there life and they find it bizzarre that people like I go to see this as a tourist or in search of some of our nations history. there are war grave cemetrys everywhere and in some regions there are german bunkers everywhere they were so strongly built and reinforced its much easier just to leave them where they stood. ...

The Last Post?

A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on Mar 27, 2014

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... it was a card for my mother in law that I had just not posted en route as I thought I would be able to post it once at Dover.

The large woman patiently explained why she couldn't help, unless I agreed she could open the card and check the contents. Fine, I said. Not a problem. Lisa and I then watched as she cack handedly attacked the card with a blunt pair of scissors and ripped across the top to open it, shredding the envelope in ...

Remembering WW-I history.....

A travel blog entry by eagle10 on Sep 03, 2011

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... square, I could hear Pachelbel’s Canon in D playing, and noticed a band in bright red uniforms with Stetsons playing on the large bandstand that I had noticed previously when the group did our walking tour. Their uniform had a very slight resemblance to the RCMP dress uniforms. They were excellent musicians, and it was great to be able to stand there in such magnificent surroundings and listen to great music.

When the band had completed their ...