Ibis Lille Tourcoing Centre
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The Garmin navigator found this and it was cheap to what we have seen, clean, friendly and the restaurant served very good meals at reasonable prices, very happy.
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On The Road Again 26.9.14 Got the transport shuttle to the airport this morning after breakfast. The surprise was that breakfast was not included in our accommodation there goes 200 euros, but it confirmed my poor review of the Corona Opera Hotel as stated previously. Got to the airport and found Peugeot Leasing, hardly any paperwork and they …
... and a Belgian beer. On the way back to Ypres we stopped at Zonnebeke, at the area where Robs Great Uncle is reported to have been killed during battle. At 6:30pm we headed to the Menin Gate for the daily service where Rob and two other people from our tour group laid a wreath during the service. The service varies each evening, our service featured 30 pipers ...
To Vimy Ridge, north of Arras, Hill 145, where the Canadian Monument and several cemeteries are located as part of the Vimy Ridge National Historic Site of Canada. The only other historic site outside Canada is Beaumont-Hamel.
A different style of monument, where two towering pylons of limestone are carved with allegorical figures from greek mythology. Maple leaves on one tower, the fleur-de-lys on its twin, symbolic of ...
We'd been advised to arrive at Menin Gate well before the 8pm playing of the Last Post. After walking through the town, chose a pub close by to wait out of the wind before joining the hundreds who seemed to have appeared from nowhere. As part of the 100 year rememberances, british schools were allowed to send two representatives to lay a wreath at Menin Gate. Those laying wreaths were ...
... while in Aust through our travel agent, which we would use through France, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, etc, although to use our ticket we have to go to the train station and reserve/book a seat on the train we want to travel on, and pay a further 8-10 Euro's on top of what we've already paid. When we booked our first seats on the train from Amsterdam to Brussels, the conductor came through checking tickets and looked at our ticket and then wrote the date of travel on ...