Hotel Restaurant L'Industrie

Address: 22, rue L.Martel, Saint Omer, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 62500, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 22, rue L.Martel, Saint Omer, is near La Coupole, Saint-Omer Cathedral, Distillerie Persyn, and Distillerie Persyn.
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      Travel Blogs from Saint Omer

      First stop

      A travel blog entry by maxhell74 on Apr 03, 2015

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      Basic hotel, but clean and a comfy bed. Tea making facilities are BAB though, just had a very dubious 'tea' from the vending machine that was comprised of hot lemon and congealed milk. Time for a well earned sleep, thank god we got on the earlier ...

      Y'Port to Calais

      A travel blog entry by suepeter on Mar 25, 2015

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      ... day. Lots of police around everywhere. We decided to book into a hotel for a night. My thoughts were of a real bed and bath. The water was luke warm and the hotel was noisy, had me wishing I was in the van. Off on the car ferry to the UK tomorrow. Cheerio ...

      Pavement cafes are great in the sun!

      A travel blog entry by mandaeurope2013 on Jun 02, 2013

      ... pineapple & strawberries + four different kinds of bread + the usual croissants completed the meal.
      Although the journey up to St Omer is not very picturesque, we loved having sunshine so being able to see the countryside all around us.
      Entering Picardie there were lots of reminders of WW1 which bring you down to earth. Passing Vimy we caught a glimpse ...

      Age Shall Not Weary Them

      A travel blog entry by brosnantrio2012 on Oct 11, 2012

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      ... chemical warfare against international law. Mind you, the allies were just as quick to abandon all diplomatic protocol to introduce it as well once the Germans began to use it.

      The deaths again are astounding to imagine. During a barrage there were three shells per square metre per hour – hence why farmers are still finding unexploded shells today when they plough their fields.

      It is staggering to ...

      The learning curves continue!

      A travel blog entry by issywiz on May 11, 2012

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      ... were too busy looking for a space. We moored alongside Betty on Pandora, a 37’ Dutch barge. Who invited us on board for a cup of tea and chocolate biscuits. A lovely warm welcome.

      She is from Dublin and on her own at present, waiting for a friend to come and help her moved the boat further down towards the Med. The other 2 boats were Zambezi and Siyabonga which are both brand new full size Dutch Barges (250k each).

      We then had a walk into Bethune ...