Peace Village

Address: Nieuwkerkestraat 9 A, Ypres, West Flanders, B-8957, Belgium | Hostel
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This hostel is located on Nieuwkerkestraat 9 A, Ypres.
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Travel Blogs from Ypres

Getting out of Calais, eventually!!

A travel blog entry by kev-buxton on Sep 07, 2014

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... The hotel was very compact and this time I was paired up in the double bed with Gilly. But at 25 Euro's a night for the room, not each, we can hardly complain.

For the evening we decided to go into Arras city centre. Due to the non availability of taxi's we ended up walking.

Arras was extremely busy and in the two main squares, The Place De Heroes and Grande Place, were thousands of people celebrating a commemoration of ...

Ypres Salient......here we go

A travel blog entry by tyamkovy on Aug 30, 2014

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... tour bus folks showed up. Interesting bunch of brits....we gots to talking....and comparing notes...Tim broke out the Port he had....in the end...I ended up shutting down the bar...and for some reason I could almost not get my key to work in the door.....eventually I willed it to open and it was time to hit la hay...it was a day to remember.....and the drinks took the edge off....all good.....except....I seemed to not find Hooge crater.....ah well.....I ...

"He is not missing. He is here."

A travel blog entry by pyoung on Aug 28, 2014

6 comments, 12 photos

... Most impactful for me were the video encounters with Belgian civilians, soldiers from both sides of the conflict, priests, nurses, and doctors who told their stories, then disappeared into the dark screen. I was riveted by their experiences: becoming refugees from their own country; enduring the horrors of gas attacks, struggling with the pain of losing friends, laboring to help the injured and the dying, ...

Day 24

A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Aug 24, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

We planned an early start this morning, but by the time we had checked the water, oil and tyre pressures(as we have travelled 1000 miles) we also checked MPG, it was only 15 when the fuel pump failed, it is now around 25. thats not bad for Dream Catcher and then been to the supermarket where, Les forgot they drive their supermarket trollies on the other side, and nearly caused an ...

The western front

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

... as we stood looking at fields with newly planted crops our guide tells us about how in winter when yhere are no crops its not unusual to see bones in these fields, all the fields that were once part of the western front. we did find shrapnel on the edge of a few of these fields and many cirners of fields are littered with rubbish as the farmers call it from the war. looking at the soil it full of debri and rocks, this really brought home the reality of what happened here ...