Ibis Lille Roubaix Centre
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... a roundabout. But back when the war was raging in this area, it was an intersection targeted by the Germans. Allies passing through would raise their horses level to a fast gallop to get through this dangerous spot. Our next spot was Passchendael (spelling since changed) in the Belgian Village of Zonnebeke. Here the 3rd battle of Ypres was fought from July to November 1917. Like most of the battles in this area it was about gaining control of high ground or ridges. ...
Thursday 31st July 2014
We cast off at 10am with the first lock within sight, but we waited ages and ages with 4 other cruisers to get in. Once inside the lock we had tied up near the back after 2 other cruisers but were asked to move forward to another rising bollard we wondered why. We found out the gate was having repairs done to it and realised why we had been moved forward as we would have been directly underneath. It started with a ...
... spaces in two rooms, a cooker and a fridge. By now it was warmer and sunny. We had lunch in the van with doors open! Walked into the city through the playing fields, across the "moat" on a newish pedestrian bridge (steel arch and suspension cables) and through the Ramparts by a well-lit tunnel. The city centre was only 15 minutes walk from the camping. We visited the Flanders Field Museum, which is well known. It tells the story of ...
... that again gave the Germans panoramic views of the entire salient below. The ANZAC troops, suffered 8000 casualties and took most of the 4600 German prisoners.
Due to the terrain, the forth step into Passchendaele, would be the most difficult as it involved simultaneously attacking along a ridge and a spur, with the success of one being very critical to the success of the ...
We set off from the tiny village of Allonville where Jacques had been a great host and armed us with an itinerary to last days. First stop was into Amiens to get fuel as we had done over 1000 kms on the first tank and it was looking pretty empty. We lucked a car park beside the Cathedral and so popped in for a look. An amazing structure, bigger than Notre Dame. Art exhibition in one wing was very impressive and wished I had both the ...