Le Napoleon

Address: Place de la Gare, Lille, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 59000, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Lille Centre area of Lille, is near Grande Place, Old Stock Exchange (Vieille Bourse), La Grande Braderie de Lille, and Institut Michele.
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      Travel Blogs from Lille

      Flanders Battlefields

      A travel blog entry by juleslivvyfay on Apr 05, 2015

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      ... the vast numbers of war dead so much more real and comprehensible when you see all the headstones, the lists of thousands upon thousands of names & you see the gratitude of the local people & the esteem which they still hold for those countries & to the efforts of the men from these often far off places. Rest assured the bravery and sacrifice will never be forgotten. ...

      Bikes and Beer

      A travel blog entry by alliemtanner on Apr 01, 2015

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      ... to at home, where mountains cut into the sky and there is always something taller than you. Never the less, the never ending incline and seemingly rare downhill rides leave me with shaky legs and out of breath.We journey along the edge of the hill as the valley cascades down to my right. The next climb is Petersberg. It is another cobble climb that is longer but not as steep as the Koppenberg. Thinking I'm being smart, ...

      Lille (Battle of the Somme)

      A travel blog entry by winkie on Dec 19, 2013

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      ... The Lochnagar mine was the largest of the 17 mines the exploded on the first day of the Battle of the Somme. Debris from the explosion rose some 4,000 feet into the air. The explosion created a created of 300 feet across and 70 feet deep. I visited many other grave and memorial sites along the way. There was just not enough time to see everything and some things were closed due to work being carried out to preserve the monuments and grave sites for the future. ...

      This is much better

      A travel blog entry by frankieg on Jun 13, 2013

      1 comment

      ... another good meal with lots of laughter. Thats the way you do it, be friends with the stranger, provide good food.

      The hotel was fine and the staff really helpful BUT at 01.30 in the morning a very loud roaring sound that goes onto 03.30 ish and can be heard through the double glazing. As it has been hot here I had the window open and I nearly fell out of bed the first night. I gather it comes ...

      Day 21 - It's all over folks

      A travel blog entry by c895868 on Jul 30, 2012

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      ... s trench was blown up by a German mine in November 1915 and some of these guys, sadly, were killed in this explosion.

      I note that one of these guys, W.Hebron (18077), has a serial number very close to my grandfather's 18054. I don't have his enlistment records with me but I am 99% sure that W.Hebron was in the same draft as my Grandfather. Which means they came from the same area, volunteered at the same time, trained together and fought together.

      I left ...