Auberge de la Foret

Address: La Motte au Bois, Hazebrouck, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 59190, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on La Motte au Bois, Hazebrouck.
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    Travel Blogs from Hazebrouck

    Lille & Ypres

    A travel blog entry by chrisanddeb on Aug 11, 2015

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    ... with auto and GPS for free. BONUS. Off we go driving on the right side of the road. Roundabouts are interesting because you go around the anti clockwise which doesn't sound a big deal until you have to change 37 years of doing it one way. We set the GPS to take us to Ypres in Belgium with no freeways, highways or toll roads. Once we get out of Lille, we are out in the French countryside which is beautiful. Driving along and We see this big river with big cruise ...

    In Flanders Fields

    A travel blog entry by tfsnews on Aug 08, 2015

    ... between 1914-1918 that cost over 500,000 lives. The main memorial was the gate into the city that listed the (known) names of the British soldiers who gave their lives. This archway didn’t provide enough room for the names. Many more were honored at the Tyne Cot cemetery, outside of town.
    We spent the first several hours inside the In Flanders Fields museum. This had been recommended by Rick Steves and has been the best well laid out museum we have ...

    Arras - Day 3

    A travel blog entry by t.bird on Aug 12, 2014

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... I hadn't had lunch. The tour was very interesting. Carriere Wellington was another old mine which had been converted during the WW1. They brought in 500 Kiwis with picks to enlarge the tunnels and dig closer to the front line. It took six months for the Kiwis to dig 12 kilometres of tunnels. These tunnels housed 24,000 men in the lead up to the battle of Arras on the 9 April 1916. These tunnels were much bigger (plenty of headroom) They read out one British commanders description, ...

    Return to Flanders

    A travel blog entry by pandwcotton on Apr 13, 2014

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    ... round Brussels ring motorways and headed NW past Gent. Picnic lunch at a newly completed motorway service area - smart block paving and bargain coffee. We made our way back to the west of Bruges and north of Ypres. We wickedly had led Billy and Frankie to believe that we were seeking out another camp site. But having sussed out the scene last week, I was able to drive to the house/gite/cottage which we had ...

    In Flanders Field ..

    A travel blog entry by wc2013europe on Jul 20, 2013

    3 comments

    Goeden avond ... good evening everyone from Ypres.

    Once again time has gotten away from me but I'll just file a brief report for now and update more fully in the morning our time.

    We are just getting back after completing the Menin Gate ceremony and it was an amazing experience which will make you all at home very proud to be a part of Wellington College. The guys looked great doing it. Henry Glogau, Sam Becroft and Jack Laurenson laid the ...