Comfort Hotel Garden Lille Tourcoing
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... lined gum-boots and we did our last shop before our departure. Thursday morning, we headed down to the Harbour in Dover, and because we arrived in plenty of time and the ferries were running late, we were moved to an earlier boat, but then it was full-steam ahead for France!
When we landed in France, we made our way to Lens (near Lille) where we had the chance to have our first experience in an Aires du Camping. The camping spot in Lens is new, ...
... by Ataturk, the Turkish leader. It was a couple of sad, sombre people who returned to Ghent that night. A glass of wine at the local Pizzeria cheered us up a bit. --------------------------------------- ------------------ ... That mark our place, and in the sky The larks, still bravely singing, fly Scarce heard amid the guns below. We are the dead. Short days ago We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow Loved, and were loved, and now we lie In Flanders' ...
... He was a 7 month old Jersey, It was highly amusing to see him surrounded by huge Belgian Blues. (For non-agriculture readers, Jersey is the smallest breed of dairy cattle, and shrink in comparison to a Belgian Blue.
We then toured the rest of the farm. Saw the barn with the Holstein cows and bulls, and the feed lot part of the farm for the Belgian Blue bulls. The barn with Holstein cows was half ...
... per cent of Belgium on its bikes. We had a morning stop at the Waterloo battle site as recce'd the other day. The Butte du Lion is an artificial pyramidal mound constructed in the 1820's to commemorate the battle of 1815 when everybody except the French defeated the French. There was no mention in the explanatory displays in the adjacent buildings of where the bodies of the thousands killed here might lay. The top of ...
... in the war, her colonies offered military assistance, including Australia and New Zealand, Canada, India and South Africa.
So how does Ypres come into this? Well, basically, it was part of the frontline for almost the entire four years of the Great War. The battlefront stretched for 700 km from the English Channel right through to Basel in Switzerland. That is, an unbroken line of opposing trenches from ...