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

    THE BELGIUM BATTLEFIELDS

    A travel blog entry by glenda56 on Jun 10, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... the lives of the soldiers from the "colonies". Yet here in Belgium, the Australian and New Zealand troops were held in high esteem by the locals, who now honour their sacrifice by tending and maintaining the cemeteries and monuments. Monash, Penny would be pleased to know, is a much decorated and revered General, whose engineering and practical knowledge gave the Australians at least a fighting chance. We stayed in Ypres ...

    ARRIVAL

    A travel blog entry by glenda56 on Jun 09, 2015

    ... out, having extra seats. Once we arrived at Heathrow we collected our bikes still in their bike boxes, and attached the little skateboard wheels to the bottom of the boxes, and steered our way through immigration. We thought that we might have to open the boxes, but there was nobody checking anything and we sailed straight through and onto the Underground train into central London. The train staff told us we weren't allowed ...

    Lille-Battlefields of France

    A travel blog entry by bobjenhub on Oct 08, 2014

    21 photos

    ... of the German Sixth Army. The battle, which took place from 9 to 12 April 1917, was part of the opening phase of the British-led Battle of Arras, a diversionary attack for the French Nivelle Offensive.

    THE ARRAS MEMORIAL
    The Arras Memorial commemorates 34,795 servicemen from the United Kingdom, South Africa and New Zealand who died from the spring of 1916 until 7th August 1918, and who have no known grave. Most ...

    Day 8 - Memorials & Yummy Aussies

    A travel blog entry by cusan on Apr 18, 2014

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... on the way. It was our second visit to this cemetery, as we had brought the kids four years ago in 2010. It is still just as impressive the second time round. It was lovely to see it so busy. This year is the centenary of the start of WW1 so I think there is even more awareness now of the horrors people faced.

    The cemetery is vast; the biggest Commonwealth War Cemetery in the world, with nearly 12,000 graves, all laid out immaculately, 8000 ...

    The Wrong Place at the Wrong Time.

    A travel blog entry by allanmclaren on Sep 07, 2013

    90 photos

    ... A decision was made to move them into four. It is probably deliberate the German ones are more bleak with a stormy atmosphere. The graves are more sunken into the ground & there is less light. The entrance way looks more like a bunker.






    We then proceeded to Tyne Cot cemetery which is the largest British Commonwealth war cemetery in the world ...