Hôtel Des Voyageurs

Address: 10, Place de la Gare, Lille, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 59000, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Lille Centre area of Lille, is near Grande Place, Old Stock Exchange (Vieille Bourse), La Grande Braderie de Lille, and Eric Bompard.
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Travel Blogs from Lille

Day Twenty Three - Not so small a town

A travel blog entry by hlcombs on Oct 31, 2015

1 comment, 7 photos

... interesting was a display of relief models of fortified towns. I know most people will probably find them odd but I thought they were really cool. They were used for military purposes when figuring out how to move troops. They were gigantic too. The one I took a picture of (pic 6) was probably 10 ft by 10 ft. Most of them were around that size. They were very detailed with little trees and buildings. The child in me really wanted to play with ...

BARNIER : Battlegrounds & Burials

A travel blog entry by khseuro13 on Sep 14, 2015

3 comments, 8 photos

... another 50,000 fathers, uncles, brothers, sons. Bullecourt, which was a decimation of Australian lives in Battle was quiet and yet proud. A stunningly beautiful statue made by a Melbourne artist at the request of the French government has the face of the grandfather he later discovered had fought at the battle. The state has a full kit that the soldiers carried with bayonet the in sheath and slouch hat. His face is young and determined ...

Our Belgium and France adventure

A travel blog entry by jilly56 on Apr 23, 2014

32 photos

... the course of the war everything was flattened and destroyed.
Our next stop was Tyne Cot cemetery the largest British and Commonwealth war cemetery with almost 12000 buried here. There is also a large wall at the back with the names of almost 35000 british soldiers with no known grave. All these cemeteries are beautifully kept nd it is hard to imagine the carnage and horror that was endured here.
We then moved onto a Hill 60 where the tunnelling units were. For those ...

Tres chic ou tragique...

A travel blog entry by mattyk on Aug 22, 2013

4 photos

... part of town. We especially liked the lovely rainbow flags hanging merrily above the bars. We eventually traversed the town back to the old quarter and wandered from restaurant to bistro, expertly deciphering the menus (they are legally obligated to display outside) for something to eat. We settled on a bouchery styled place with friendly staff and selection of the finest meats served in many interesting ways. The establishment ...

Breaking out of Ypres - Messines to Passchendaele

A travel blog entry by gary_13. on Jul 15, 2013

2 comments, 27 photos

... system, that recreate life at the front. It also has a large collection of relics on display and we found our stop here very informative.

We then drove the short distance to Passchendaele, a very small town even today, after first stopping in a railway cutting, where Australian soldiers sheltered in 1917, on the disused Ypres - Roulers railway line, which in recent years has been developed into the self guided Australia Walk.

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