Ibis Styles Lille Centre Gare Beffroi
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Styles Lille Centre Gare Beffroi
ideal location for walking into town and other areas. easy access to metro as well.
Room great- bathroom cosy.
Staff were friendly.
Breakfast a good set up for the day.
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My final weekend in the UK and I get to spend it with our two kids and their partners- whoo hoo!!!Sarah and I left Monmouth on Friday morning having said goodbye to Mum and my sister Sue, which is always difficult. We drove to High Wycombe and parked up at Chris and Jenny's flat, had lunch with Chris and then it was time to catch the train into …
... t remember who), it’s the second most visited museum in France. After seeing it, survey says: that’s a lie! No way is this place that popular. It’s nothing compared to the places I went to in Paris. Now, maybe it’s the second most visited outside of Paris cuz that would make more sense.
Anyway, I kind of inadvertently went with a Halloween theme today too with my pictures. I found myself going around the museum ...
... and I was clearly struggling, lugging them around. I know...I should have traveled light, but I am here on a shopping trip; "nuff" said.
Speaking of French Men! I have never seen such beautiful men in all my life. I walked by a salon and had to stop and observe a man getting his hair cut; He was amazing looking. I only wish I had my camera with me yesterday. In truth, I was so exhausted after staying up for 26 hours, I was aimlessly strolling around town just ...
... for a permanent accomodation. As all of that isn't hard enough in itself, the administration of this country, stupidly complex and passive-aggressive to the end, makes sure that I'm not bored.
Despite all of that, those procedures were leaving me with quite a lot of free time. But I must say that my mind wasn't on sightseeing, and then I had only an old defective camera with me so in the end I have very few pictures.
And then, I had a violent ...
In early 1914, it was a sleepy backwater with a population of about 17,500, with its high gabled architecture reflecting its standing as a great European cloth trading centre. But when war came, the British Expeditionary Force was virtually destroyed there, defending Ypres.
In April 1915 the Germans used gas for the first time there and closed in on the town to within three kilometres of the town's ...