Le Chat Noir

Diksmuidsestraat 91, Ypres, West Flanders, 8900, Belgium | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by waterswandering on Aug 08, 2014

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... both languages were fairly prevalent.

The three things Brugge is famous for were hard to miss: chocolate, beer and lace. The window displays are filled with delicious treats and marzipan - a visual feast that acts as quite the temptress. Needless to say it did not take us long to visit a chocolatier, and there were no hesitations in ordering a ‘Duval’ (Devil in Flemish - at 8% I ...

Rally, cycling and world war one

A travel blog entry by mjozwell on Jun 19, 2014

Lovely little gem this place is. Fantastic cycling through the old battle fields and past the cemetery's of world war one, with feelings of respect, great-fullness and admiration to all those who lost there lives during 1914 - 1918.

As for the centre, well how different to the surrounding fields, loud rally cars and garages set up in the centre square. Buzzing atmosphere and people from all over Europe here to watch ...

The battle sites to the east of Ypres

A travel blog entry by pandwcotton on Apr 09, 2014

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... France, a little further to the south. We returned to the camp site, only a few kilometres down the slopes on the east edge of the city, for a quick evening meal in the van. We walked into Ieper through the Rampart Tunnel and joined the crowds massing under the Menin Gate. The buglers of the Ieper Fire Brigade played the Last Post at 8pm, as they have done every night (except during the German occupation of WW2) since the Gate ...

And now we lie, in Flanders fields

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Nov 10, 2013


... The sad thing to remember is that, even though cemeteries dot the Flanders countryside, there are still tens of thousands of men who have no known resting place. Many probably drowned in mud - two out of every three ANZAC in the area died, many falling into muddy craters and others being afraid to drag them out lest they too get sucked down - and many others were likely blown into unrecognizable pieces and vanished. On the road near Tyne Cot stands ...

Final day 'In Flanders' Fields'

A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Oct 03, 2013

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... 11,871 burials and 35,000 names of those listed as 'missing' - both British & NZ, and continues on from those on the Menin Gate. Two out of every three headstones have no known name. Three German blockhouses still stand in the cemetery. These were given the name of Tyne Cot (short for cottage) by the Northumberland Fusiliers. As we arrived and walked into and through the new Information Centre, the name and age of soldiers killed were being played (like ...

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This hotel, located on Diksmuidsestraat 91, Ypres, is near In Flanders Fields Museum, Flanders Battlefield Tours, and Over The Top Tours.
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5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding