Ibis Styles Lille Aeroport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... Crater. This is one of the 17 sites where the English had exploded a huge amount explosives under the German positions at 7:28 AM on July 1. It left a enormous crater in the land. It also wasn’t very effective. Apparently the Germans were alerted to the fact that something was going to be happening that morning and were mostly pulled back from their front most positions. So, when the British attacked there, expecting little resistance, they ...
... museum to the viewing platform of the bell tower. He hasn't forgiven me yet. But he will! Besides, I'm the driver and he'll want a lift to Lille tomorrow ;). Another big event today, Rob bought a new suitcase so the cupboard is being left behind! The main event was, of course, the tribute to the local fire brigade who have been playing the Last a post each evening at Menin Gate since 1928. There was ...
What an emotional experience we shared today - visiting the WW1 battlefields in Flanders where, between the Allies and Germans, over half a million lives were lost over a short few months preventing Gerry from taking control of important shipping routes in the North Sea.
The field of battle could be defined as being from Perth to Rockingham and maybe 3kms inland at best between the 2 centres. Many, ...
... my parents and my uncles, was missing when I thought about the Great War. That changed after I experienced the museums and landmarks in and around Ypres, dedicated to giving voice to the now-silent soldiers and civilians who were plunged into this senseless "war of attrition."
We joined the multigenerational, multicultural lineup inside the "In Flanders Fields" museum, located in Ypres' 13th centre ...
... per cent of Belgium on its bikes. We had a morning stop at the Waterloo battle site as recce'd the other day. The Butte du Lion is an artificial pyramidal mound constructed in the 1820's to commemorate the battle of 1815 when everybody except the French defeated the French. There was no mention in the explanatory displays in the adjacent buildings of where the bodies of the thousands killed here might lay. The top of ...