hotelF1 Lille Roubaix centre

Address: 110 Avenue des Nations Unies, Roubaix, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 59100, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Prato/Northwest area of Roubaix, is near Museum of Art & Industry (Musée d'Art et d'Industrie), Musee d'Art Moderne, Euralille Station, and Institut Michele.
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Reviewed by traveler_4_life

Perfect for one night, but no more

Reviewed Sep 22, 2013
by (8 reviews) Schiedam , Netherlands Flag of Netherlands

This hotel is a better option between a hostel and a hotel. The difference is that you have a room for yourself, but the rest of the commodities you'll have to share with the other guests.
If you book one room online (for 1,2 or 3 ppl) will cost you 24 euro/night/room!!!! If you go at the reception and take a room, then the price will be 39 euro for the same room.
Another mention here, if you're looking for a cheap place to sleep, then this is perfect, but only if you're traveling by car.

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TripAdvisor Reviews hotelF1 Lille Roubaix centre

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In Flanders Fields

A travel blog entry by tfsnews on Aug 08, 2015

... for example how the French uniforms changed from flamboyant at the beginning to a much more toned down, practical, more camouflaged light blue. Jeannette was taken by the story of French, British, German, and Belgian soldiers putting aside their nations’ differences to come out of the trenches and celebrate Christmas together in 1914. Jake was fascinated by video footage of a lost trench that was uncovered in the 90s. Having been entombed in mud and water, ...

Vimy Ridge and Arras are both Spectacular

A travel blog entry by allsaints70dday on May 07, 2015

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... deep mine crater or even worse on top of an undetonated WWI era explosive. Electrified fences and signs mark the places where it is unsafe to walk, and sheep are used to trim the grass since they happen across an unexploded shell, the farmer eats lamb for dinner.

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Monuments, battlefields and cemetaries

A travel blog entry by howardstein on Jun 14, 2014

... a crater exists because the German area was blown up from below in tunnels. The blast was so loud that they heard it in London - over 30000 kg of dynamite. We saw and walked through trenches and saw allied and enemy bunkers too. We visited the cemetery and war-site where John McCrae was a physician zinc witnessed his best ftiend's death. This spurred him to write 'In Flanders Fields' the famous ...

Short days ago we lived

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Nov 10, 2013

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... The AWAC crew men behind me breathed deeper too, and we stood, honouring the dead of a century ago, a dead who live on in Ieper. The two Canadian brothers, killed days apart from each other and a third brother killed at Vimy - a family of 5 reduced to 2 parents in the space of 8 days. The 15 year old boy just a month shy of 16 who lied when he signed up in England to see the world. The hundreds of thousands of conscripts who fought against their will for ...

Our own Trench experience & Hill 60

A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Oct 02, 2013

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... fighters who were being transported by the Nazis. The facts are hazy but they were both shot at this spot and found the next day by locals. They may have tried to escape while waiting for a train or were simply executed whilst stopped. Further into the wood was a 2nd mine crater, Caterpillar Crater, one of 19 mines detonated on the one day. It was filled with water and was so peaceful under the trees which made it even more moving.
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