Hotel Du Tigre

Address: 8 Rue Clemenceau, Dunkerque, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 59140, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 8 Rue Clemenceau, Dunkerque.
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Travel Blogs from Dunkerque

Western Front 100 years on

A travel blog entry by plimmerton on May 24, 2015

16 photos

... years ago. The information from Museums, guides and what you read and know reinforces that this one of mankind's worst tragedies, with an estimated 17m lives lost. Only to be repeated in WW2, but this time across Europe with an estimated 60m lives lost. New Zealand's contribution was significant with 10% of our population going to WW1 and sadly one of the worst statistics of killed and wounded. Sixty thousand casualties, of these eighteen thousand ...

Still at Le Hourdel

A travel blog entry by johndibbo on Mar 01, 2015

Friday we drove to Vimy Ridge to see the preserved site of the Canadian forces in WW1 and their memorial monument. The second visit for me and still a grim reminder. Onwards then to Calais to shop and refill with water etc, we spent the night there but not a ...

Northern France into Belgium then back to France

A travel blog entry by colgaz on Aug 21, 2014

4 comments, 16 photos

... how many Muslims we saw there, both on the stalls as well as in the buying public. We found a strategically positioned cafe and sat with a 'cafe au lait' and watched the world go by. At 12.00 noon, the shopping day came to an abrupt end (except for the boulangeries). Even the church was closed from 12.00 noon to 2.30pm! (So no sinners could be saved for those 2.5 hours). The showers continued to threaten through the afternoon,.. though we were able to venture out for another ...

Dunkirk

A travel blog entry by wardtrip on Jul 14, 2014

... Dunkirk Beach. After visiting a small museum about the D-Day landings we visited the beach which was packed as it was 100 years since the excavation of the Allies back to Britain. It was also Bastille Day. The day the French Revolution kicked off. We then went back home after a long and rather tiring day as we were headed to Amsterdam the next day. From ...

A shock at the harbour! The evil ferry witch!

A travel blog entry by sheepyland on Jul 30, 2013

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... neatly entered into the dogs papers with nice photos and all, but!!!!!......The evil witch said, that we must have a timestamp (Clock time) besides the date of the vaccinations. So, just because there was no timestamp, she said we couldn't enter the ferry. What now? Next, the evil witch left us standing there, because she had "other" victims to take care of. So, when she finally got around to it, she told us that the papers are not valid anymore and we ...

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