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

    Lille & Ypres

    A travel blog entry by chrisanddeb on Aug 11, 2015

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    ... with auto and GPS for free. BONUS. Off we go driving on the right side of the road. Roundabouts are interesting because you go around the anti clockwise which doesn't sound a big deal until you have to change 37 years of doing it one way. We set the GPS to take us to Ypres in Belgium with no freeways, highways or toll roads. Once we get out of Lille, we are out in the French countryside which is beautiful. Driving along and We see this big river with big cruise ...

    In Flanders Fields

    A travel blog entry by tfsnews on Aug 08, 2015

    ... cemetery, which was established under the orders of King George V to honor the fallen soldiers of the British Empire (known and unknown) who fell in Flanders Fields. More than half of the tombstones read “A Soldier in the Great War Known Unto God.” This site remains one of 150 such cemeteries maintained around the world by Great Britain.
    From there we drove on to the Passchendale Museum site. Though the hours were listed as open until 6pm, the last entry ...

    My Gateway to France

    A travel blog entry by niablackwell on May 03, 2015

    ... the issues between them quite literally between themselves, there would have been no need for those men to have died the way they did. On the bright side, rather than having been forgotten, they're heroes now, every last one of
    them. Even if they were lost, even if we don't know their individual names...they will continually be honoured.

    It's ironic how incredibly British my gateway to France is.


    Tres chic ou tragique...

    A travel blog entry by mattyk on Aug 22, 2013

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    ... more 'gritty' than the picturesque places we have visited so far. Of note were the numbers of very friendly ladies who kept smiling at us and giving the local salutation which seems to involve showing either one or both of your considerably large breasts. We meat Angelique outside and are shown into our suitably Ikea'd ground floor studio. A little expensive but it is clean and August prices being what they are. Interestingly the ...

    Brussels, Lille, Paris... Part 1

    A travel blog entry by philwill14 on Dec 31, 2012

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    ... up the rest of the meal, along with a couple of bottles of champers and a bottle of red to wash it down, for dessert a raspberry type ice cream....mmmmm The next day we had an hour train journey into Paris, but this time there was no French Legionnaire conductor to check our ticket, in fact to make a further mockery of the whole thing no one even checked our ticket or seat reservation, we could have just walked on to the train without paying and gone all the way to ...