Hotel Le Cygne

Address: 20 rue Notre-Dame, Gournay-en-Bray, Seine-Maritime, Haute-Normandie, Normandy, 76220, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 20 rue Notre-Dame, Gournay-en-Bray.
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    Travel Blogs from Gournay-en-Bray

    Lille & Ypres

    A travel blog entry by chrisanddeb on Aug 11, 2015

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    ... of headstones for hundreds of meters. Back into Ypres for the nightly Last Post ceremony. 8pm every night for 90 years the locals have conducted this service. We arrive just before 7 and get front row positions. About 2000 people at this service tonight. An amazingly moving ceremony. Back to hotel at 9.30, out for a quick dinner and back to our hotel for bed. We are off to Pozieres tomorrow for 4 days. Unsure of wifi access there so you may not hear from us for a few ...

    In Flanders Fields

    A travel blog entry by tfsnews on Aug 08, 2015

    ... looked like a medieval city took our breaths away. Little did we know that the damage from WWI pretty much destroyed the medieval city to the extent that Winston Churchill suggested it be left in ruins as a memorial. But this was not good enough for the people of Ieper. On closer examination, most of the town was rebuilt between 1920 and 1922 in a style to replicate what had been lost, with the addition of many memorials to those who had lost their lives during the five ...

    Ypres Region

    A travel blog entry by haydo on May 26, 2015

    10 photos

    ... explosions, killing many Germans and enabling the Allies to capture this high ground. Bunkers were built on this hill by the British, on top of German Bunkers. They could not merely use the German Bunkers as they faced the wrong way. They were used for machine guns and had a 180 degree coverage. Now time for lunch and we stopped at Hooge Crater Cafe and Museum for a very nice open sandwich lunch. From there we moved to Polygon Wood and the 5th Australian Division ...

    Passendaele

    A travel blog entry by yake on Jul 11, 2014

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... cemetery. It is the German government who maintains it to this day. As a result of this being a small piece of land and with so many bodies to bury, there are 7 to 8 soldiers to one plot. We also went to the fields where the Battle for Passendaele took place. There we viewed the monument commemorating the fallen soldiers. Surrounding the monument are the fields of Passendaele - rolling peaks and valleys and flatland. One ...

    Flanders Fields

    A travel blog entry by roxietaylor on Dec 14, 2013

    43 photos

    ... of headstones and so many of them
    unknown. The sheer magnitude of so many young people who gave the
    ultimate sacrifice for future generations freedom and this is just one
    of many cemeteries. The walls at the back were covered in row after row
    of names of missing men. This was a very quiet solemn experience, but I
    glad I got to see it.

    We then headed back to the bus stop, we
    had a thirty minute wait for the bus, in the freezing cold. ...