Manoir Ogygia

Address: Veurnestraat 108, Poperinge, West Flanders, 8970 , Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Veurnestraat 108, Poperinge, is near The Abbey of Saint Sixtus of Westvleteren.
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    Travel Blogs from Poperinge

    Tubby in Flanders

    A travel blog entry by katemc55 on Jul 02, 2015

    3 comments, 11 photos

    ... more WW1 sites nearby. There are a couple of bus groups there already, getting very long stories about the sites. There are workmen upgrading the access to make paths etc. we take a wander through the area where craters, trenches and concrete bunkers are in evidence. It's amazing to think how,long troops stayed here, fighting and being killed. The caterpillar, a large crater caused by explosions detonated from the tunnels, looks beautiful, like a crater lake today. ...


    A travel blog entry by pandwcotton on Apr 10, 2014

    17 photos

    Mid morning start from the camp site after an hour's revision work for Billy. We headed east out of Ieper just a few kilometres to Sanctuary Wood, of which there was none left after the fighting over it for possession of "Hill 62". Here you walk through a cafe and a rather tatty collectiion of shells, uniforms, photographs, recruitment posters and so on to an area of the wood in which survive the remnants of WW1 trenches and tunnels. To what extent they have ...

    Behind the lines

    A travel blog entry by scootergal on May 11, 2012

    50 photos

    ... rank, and run by a Reverend Tubby Clayton. The current house has been fully restored and has 4 storey’s of rooms refurbished in the WWI style. The gardens were set out beautifully and the museum contained brilliant exhibits and interesting information boards and photos.

    Afterwards, I wandered around the town a bit more and had a delicious coffee and apple cake in a small ...

    Decided to go inland

    A travel blog entry by issywiz on May 09, 2012

    3 photos

    ... for us which we could never have reached. John then went in to his office with our ships paperwork and to pay for a license. Paperwork OK and he gave us a piece of paper stating when and where we entered the canal system but could not buy the license from him and gave us several addresses.

    Once through the lock we went passed industrial areas and then at 6.45 we found a quiet spot away from the roads at Capelle-le-Grande and so ...

    My Belgium Christmas

    A travel blog entry by nataliemarie on Dec 23, 2010

    115 photos

    ... an extra lasagne for me and Barry on the road J. So armed with my backpack, some lasagne and some Belgium beer and chocolate for the road we made our way to the shell service station the ”meeting point” for my next adventure. So after a teary goodbye a HONKKKKKK HONKKKKK and a moooo from the 33 cows he was driving we were on the road….

    P.s A big Thankyou to Daisy, Vivien and Dirk for having me and for such a great time, will never forget you guys and your kindness. ...