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

Battlefield Tour - Day 2

A travel blog entry by jlmcclure on Oct 19, 2014

... A very moving service with buglers and flag bearers. Lots of spectators. While waiting the hour or so for the service to begin we met a few guys from the Scottish military (Alistair), funny blokes! After the service our whole tour group went for dinner together, which was fun, a few beers, wines and some local fare, 'Flemish Stew'; a beef stewed with beer, it was ...

Vimy Ridge and the remaining Caribou

A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Oct 18, 2014

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... themselves in this strategic position. In April 1917, Canadian soldiers were successful in taking and holding Vimy Ridge. Hill 145, where the monument is positioned, is the highest point along the ridge.




Further within the site, are the preserved trenches and tunnels from that time. From both sides. Paul went through the tunnels but I declined, knowing the limits of both my claustrophibia and imagination. Extensive ...

In Flanders Fields

A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Oct 13, 2014

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... exhibitions combined with multimedia presentations, were an intense experience. Over 2 hours later we headed up the Belfry Tower to view the landscape surrounding Ypres, where the significant battles sites were identified.















Prior to WW I, Ypres flourished as a trading centre for cloth. After four years of war, over, around and in ...

Arras - Day 3

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

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... said the tunnels were so big, in some parts the ceilings resembled cathedrals. I think he may have overstated it a bit. I imagine with 24,000 men down there it would have been quite cosy. There were signs painted on the wall directions to the latrine, the mess etc. Black paint for the first world war and red for the second world war when the locals used the tunnels as shelter. The 2 tunnels allowed the allied forces to come up to the ground halfway across no mans land, only a ...

The Flower of a generation!

A travel blog entry by 2aussiesinavan on Jul 07, 2013

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... in death whilst being treated with the utmost disregard for the well-being and very life whilst at the front. We also saw the contrast between the Commonwealth War Graves and those of the French soldiers and of the German army. The atmosphere at the cemeteries was calm, serene and overwhelmingly respectful, the sun was shining, the wind gently rustled the leaves of the trees and birds sang overhead, it was hard to imagine the ...