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Travel Blogs from Saint Omer
... little on the average side. The weather has certainly turned with intermittent rain seemingly set in. Tomorrow ...
... to take advantage of the atmosphere by walking and exploring the town as much as possible. Today we did a very typical Belgium thing; buying our soup from the soup truck that drives by our apt. daily ringing his bell. I followed everyone else, brought my pot and voila we had hot soup for our noon time meal. Bye for ...
... trees, but the site of a bloody battle that raged repeatedly over several months. It was here on 12 October 1917 that NN was wounded for a forth time ... but this time It was fatal. Across the road from Passchendaele is Tyne Cot Cemetary... In the middle is the high ground that was the reason for all the bloodshed... On it today is a cross to remember all who gave their lives for this piece of ground. NN was never identified so he doesn't have a marked grave ...
The Hotel was cute, very Art Deco in style.
Took a walk to the beach which was huge but not very pretty.
Had lunch on the front then a walk around town, there was a lovely park that we wondered into and very quickly wondered out when we realised it was home to loads ...
... impressive memorial to Canadian soldiers. We have visited it many times and even been through the tunnels underneath. The trenches for opposing forces were only feet apart so it certainly makes you very aware of the destruction and futility of war.
The auroroute around here is called "Auroroute des Anglais" as it is the main route to Calais, therefore England. It ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed