Campanile Lille Seclin

Address: Zac De L'Epinette , Seclin, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 59113, France | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Zac De L'Epinette , Seclin, is near Aux Gourmets.
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Travel Blogs from Seclin

Poperinge - The Hops Capital of Europe

A travel blog entry by jambos74 on Apr 07, 2015

3 comments, 27 photos

... pay our respects to Great Grand Uncle Albert Dickson. There is a new museum and visitors centre there now, which is very elegant, respectful and fitting for the solemnity of the place.

We ended a very special anniversary day with a fantastic dinner at a local eatery, complete with beer, beer, food and hoppajenever (which is like a local grappa made with hops......fiery to say the least).

We were a little sad to leave Poperinge, but we have no doubt that we will be back ...

Flanders Battlefields

A travel blog entry by juleslivvyfay on Apr 05, 2015

3 photos

A few shots of this afternoon in Ieper and the last post service at Menin Gate - which has been conducted every night at this site since 1920. This memorial had the names of just over 54000 men from the British Commonwealth whose bodies have never been found after the battle of the Somme. More particularly those allied soldiers who died at Polygon Wood, Tyne Cot, Fromelle & Passchendaele. ...

You say Ieper, I say Ypres

A travel blog entry by kaizen on Mar 13, 2015

5 comments

... both taught Australia's involvement in WWI many times and we knew the stories but it is very poignant to stand where they stood 100 years later. We drove on to Amiens passed many cemeteries and through many small towns who had been badly affected because they happened to fall In the land between the two front lines. We reached Amiens and spent the next day enjoying the town. Our pilgrimage to the western front was coming to a close. Time to leave the ghosts to their rest. Paris ...

Lille-Battlefields of France

A travel blog entry by bobjenhub on Oct 08, 2014

21 photos

BONSOIR

Today started with Ian telling us about the Battle of Arras, (also known as the Second Battle of Arras) which was a British offensive during the First World War from 9 April to 16 May 1917, British, Canadian, South African, New Zealand, Newfoundland, and Australian troops attacked German defences near the French city of Arras on the Western Front. There were major gains on the first day, followed by stalemate. ...

Day 8 - Memorials & Yummy Aussies

A travel blog entry by cusan on Apr 18, 2014

2 comments, 15 photos

... have no names, labelled …… "a soldier known unto God", very moving. In addition to these the walls at the back of the cemetery have 35,000 names, of soldiers who have been lost in battle and cannot be found. Visiting these cemeteries are extremely humbling and sobering, they have an air of peace which considering the surrounding battles which are *************cile.

We had loved Ypres when we visited in 2010. We had brought the kids to find ...