Mercure Metropole Hotel Marcq-En-Baroeul

Address: Avenue de la Marne Marcq-En-Baroeul, Lille, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 59700, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Avenue de la Marne Marcq-En-Baroeul, Lille, is near Museum of Art & Industry (Musée d'Art et d'Industrie), Old Stock Exchange (Vieille Bourse), Musee d'Art Moderne, and Euralille Station.
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Travel Blogs from Lille


A travel blog entry by ryans_escapade on May 02, 2015

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... with the Brits and Aussies under constant fire from the Germans across no mans land. The Brits and Aussies eventually made good ground and entered German ground still under constant attack. The Brits made a small dent and were eventually overrun with Germans in a fight back. The Aussies however made excellent inroads into German territory and were moving closer and closer to the German encampment. The Germans then regrouped and started to flank ...

Belgian Trappist Brewery Tours

A travel blog entry by tommyforrest on Jun 24, 2013

2 comments, 23 photos

... that didn’t fit on Menin gate. Out of the 10 million killed in WW1, 500 000 of those were within the surrounds of Ypres. We were able to have a short stroll into the old town of Ypres (after abandoning our car again when more road-works blocked our path) before our final stop at 'In Flanders Fields' museum at the Cloth Hall (a large building in the main square of Ypres). The whole town of Ypres was actually completely destroyed in WW1 and at the end of the war you could ...

Ypres and WWI Memorials

A travel blog entry by megs-anoop on Apr 03, 2013

57 photos

... on the battle that took place here. There were a few artifacts from the war that were displayed but the most moving of them were the letters written by soldiers to their families and vice versa; soldiers that were alive and when the letter was written and dead before their letter reached home. There were also a few letters from the Red Cross to families informing them, unofficially, of the death of a son they had inquired about. Of all the artifacts I’ve seen ...

Oui, oui..we are in Lille

A travel blog entry by terrinfamily on Oct 09, 2012

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... I am reminded of that assumption because children are so innocent and free to be who they are. Children show the truth and typically children exhibit joy, peace and happiness. It’s unfortunate that people can lose track of the simple things and life. I know I am getting deep here but I also believe that it may come full circle again later in life when you’re not so distracted with trivial things that seem important when in the middle ...

Waffles and Chocolates

A travel blog entry by julieashley on Jul 21, 2012

1 comment, 45 photos

... were a bit atypical. There were stalls just getting set up and streets being swept from the festivities of the night before (seems a national holiday spills over into several days). We had to walk around to try and find the houses with the stepped gables (crinkly bits I call them) which are so distinctive in northern towns. They are lovely although the weather did not ...