Hotel Premiere Classe Lille Nord
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... When we arrived at the huge station, there were absolutely no signs about car rentals, no "louer" or "voitures". Nor did we see a place to pull up outside so I could run in and ask. So we circled again and Frank said it had to be in the parking garage, so we pulled in and asked two people who didn't know. Eventually we found a cleaner who pointed out the office in the station and I went in and asked. Then ensued a tortuous trip thru the parking garage, ...
... them. One hour later, after a very pleasant walk, we arrived at the museum.
This museum also has huge grounds with full size planes and bunkers on them. We were able to go into a C47 and Dale sat in the navigators seat for a picture. So far, we are very impressed with the DDay museums.
The museum closed at 6:00 so at that time we walked for one hour back to the campground.
... stuff we didn't need to carry so some nearby kids were pleased with our hand-me-downs. It was a lot of fun. And oh yeah, we did see a fleeting glimpse of what we thought might have been some blokes on a bunch of flash looking bikes doing a squillion km an hour. Too quick to actually identify anyone. Dinner ended up being a couple of beers and a supermarket chook salad in our room. After not cycling 63km we didn't need anything else. Despite the rain we had a great ...
... ate more waffles and chocolate, and took in City Hall where the same Council Chambers have been in use since the Middle Ages. The room is large and gloriously decorated with a painted ceiling, arched doorways, and murals showing episodes from city history on all the walls. Inscribed on the ornate fireplace are words which in translation say, "All of the artisans, laborers and citizens of Bruges are free - all of them." It's a room ...
... plate of fresh fruit and some cereal with yoghurt but there is so much on offer it was difficult to know where to start. We went to the theatre at our allotted time for our excursion. The procedure was the same for all excursions leaving in the morning – go to the theatre, collect numbered stickers, wait for the number to be called and then proceed off the ship to the appropriately numbered coach. It was a very good system and worked well on each occasion. When ...