Hotel Les Trois Luppars
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Family rooms
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... avoiding it. Plus it’s more expensive. I think it went well. The waitress didn’t laugh at me so that was good….
I spent a lot of time walking around Lille’s touristy center today and less time in museums. I’m trying to give myself a bit of a break so I won’t get numb to what I see. I did however go to one museum today as, according to whomever I used to do my research for places to go (translation: I ...
... near Toronto. We have to pick up one other person in the north part of Paris and then we are on our way. The new person is a 24 year old student from Ontario who has been in France for 3 months. She is working on courses so she can get enough French to possible work for the Canadian government and places like Vimy. The trip to the area around Arras takes about 2 hours and we stop once on the highway for coffee and a break. All along the trip Nicola is explaining about the Battle of ...
... of them made it past the tree and it cannot be much more than 50feet from their trench line. This battle, and that tree itself for that matter, may be know to you from David Macfarlane's novel "The Danger Tree" or from the Charlie Wilcox (YA) books by Sharon Mckay. There are 3 'small' cemeteries on site and it is all well kept. The kids were a bit thrown off by the small electric fence which deterred visitor from venturing off the path into no-man's-land as ...
... and vegetables. They also had one of the only ‘Canadian’ food displays I saw, which mostly sold maple syrup of course. This Canadian display was from a company in Quebec, who also had a booth at the Lille market. I didn’t like how the dude from Quebec yelled at me to not take pictures, but that happened a few times during my Christmas market tour so I learned to get a thick skin. :-)
There were many food ...
... site was mainly clay. Due to the infirm nature of the soil they couldn't bury the soldiers there, so they built the cemetery and the museum across the road, to honour the soldiers. The Museum was very interesting but very sad. In the graveyard I saw the headstones of Samuel and Eric Wilson lying side by side. I assumed they were brothers. The museum confirmed that they were. The Germans, had burried them side by side in the mass grave and now they remain that way ...