Premiere Classe Lille Ouest - Lomme

Address: 22 Rue Du Chateau D'Isenghien, Lomme, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 59160, France | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 22 Rue Du Chateau D'Isenghien, Lomme, is near Euralille Mall, Carrefour de Lille, Harmonie Nature, and Grand Bleu.
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          • Non-smoking hotel
          • Breakfast Available
          • Wheelchair accessibility


          • Meal plan

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          Travel Blogs from Lomme

          Day Twenty Three - Not so small a town

          A travel blog entry by hlcombs on Oct 31, 2015

          1 comment, 7 photos

          ... is extremely touristy. However, go out a few blocks and you’re in a normal town with modern houses and skyscrapers. It is definitely bigger than Amiens and, thankfully, has a much easier to navigate transit system. Trying to get to the Amiens train station this morning was a huge drama. I clocked 2 miles before 9:30 and that was even with taking a bus (yes, in the right direction. sheesh.) In Lille, they had the next stop proudly displayed on ...

          ANZAC tour - dawn service

          A travel blog entry by sandra.r on Apr 25, 2015

          1 comment, 11 photos

          ... country pub filled with Australians trying to dry out and warm up afterwards or the very peculiar sight of Australian flags flying throughout a village so far from home. I'm not sure which... But today was one we'll remember for sure. Villers Bretonneux is a town committed to honouring sacrifice. The main streets in the tiny village are named after Australian towns, and the school displays prominently a banner declaring they will never forget ...

          Ypres Day 2

          A travel blog entry by kellyfayeurope on Sep 19, 2014

          2 comments, 10 photos

          ... the stories of servicemen and the battle and destruction of Ypres by the Germans. The role of France, UK and it's states!!! of Australia, NZ, Canada, India and Africa, and later the USA to defend and save Belgium is well documented. We enjoyed a walk around the museum bookshop and supported the local economy. Then the galloping gourmets took to sample things that Belgium is famous for - ice cream, waffles and beer sorry forgot chocolates! ...

          And now we lie, in Flanders fields

          A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Nov 10, 2013


          ... worked on. When the men died, as they inevitably did, they were hastily buried in a nearby battlefield cemetery, often being dumped into the ground as artillery rained down. The graves were marked with wooden crosses, but the bodies were accidentally exhumed on a not infrequent basis, as artillery disturbed the ground. Eventually, the bodies mingled, leading to miniature mass graves. Even in death, the men found no peace. Standing in McCrae's dressing ...

          Final day 'In Flanders' Fields'

          A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Oct 03, 2013

          6 photos

          ... Holocaust Museum in Jerusalem). What was striking was the young age of most of them. With eight buses in the car park there were high school kids everywhere - some English, others Belgian & Dutch. Hopefully what they experience here (often with lots of chat & seeming disengagement) will have a long-term effect on them. One Belgian group walked from the German Cemetery to St Juliaan's and on to Tyne Cot as a way to help them reflect on what they ...