Charming Poppy

Address: Vooruitgangsstraat 16, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Vooruitgangsstraat 16, Ypres, is near In Flanders Fields Museum, Flanders Battlefield Tours, and Over The Top Tours.
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    Travel Blogs from Ypres

    Along the dykes ahead of Le Tour

    A travel blog entry by startrailers on Jul 03, 2015

    28 photos

    ... crash barriers and signs and flags - great excitement! We got our timings right because the road would be closed from mid day on Saturday.
    We stopped for lunch and a walk at the far end of the big sluice across the Oostershelde, on the inland side. This was sheltered, and there were lots ...

    Day 8 - In Flanders & Commonwealth Memorials

    A travel blog entry by shaneejohnson on Apr 26, 2015

    5 photos

    ... British Cemetery there are over 2,000 Commonwealth servicemen of the First World War buried and/or remembered and nearly 2,000 of the burials are unidentified. Across the road is Polygon Wood Cemetery, which contains 107 Commonwealth burials of the First World War, 19 of them unidentified. 60 of those buried here served with the New Zealand forces. There is also one German grave within the ...

    East of Wipers

    A travel blog entry by junior613 on Aug 09, 2014

    28 photos

    Up again and out looking for more cemeteries and a couple of other sights including Hill 60 & Caterpillar craters. Also found the post where Lt Frank Bethune's famous order were for..... Back early so had a look at Essex Farm where Lt Col McCrae wrote 'In Flanders Fields' then a walk around the walls of Wipers before the usual night ...

    In Flanders Fields

    A travel blog entry by themaggiej on Apr 17, 2014

    8 comments, 43 photos

    ... Flanders. There were the tall red poppies so symbolic of Anzac Day that rose over the fields; the 300,000 Allied soldiers who perished here and the little town of Ieper which was reduced to rubble. By 1930, the town had been completely and authentically rebuilt by 1930 to resemble the town that it previously was, right down to the new cobblestone streets. Apart from the monuments that attest to its war damage, you would never guess it had been resurrected from ...

    The battle sites to the east of Ypres

    A travel blog entry by pandwcotton on Apr 09, 2014

    14 photos

    ... 1917. (Norman Ric******* was the first husband of Jean Rogerson's grandmother. Jean Rogerson is a friend of ours in Felton). We put some roses on Norman's grave for Jean. We talked to one of the three gardeners tending the cemetery. He has worked for the Commonwealth War Graves Commission for 35 years. He is going to Hadrian's Wall and Scotland for his holidays on 1st July. We travelled a little further east then north to ...