Premiere Classe Lille Villeneuve d'Ascq Lezennes

rue de Chanzy, Villeneuve d'Ascq, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 59260, France | 1 star hotel
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Location

This 1 star hotel, located on rue de Chanzy, Villeneuve d'Ascq, is near Palais des Beaux Arts, Musee d'Art Moderne, Musee des Beaux Arts, and Hauterive.
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Travel Blogs from Villeneuve d'Ascq

Getting out of Calais, eventually!!

A travel blog entry by kev-buxton on Sep 07, 2014

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... where the attendant wasn't on a productivity bonus because all the other booths were clearing there queues at the rate of 4 to every one of ours!!

Anyway, onto the ferry and onwards to France. The trip took about 90 minutes and then we were in Calais.

Courtesy of Gilly's errant Satnav we had an unscheduled tour of Calais. Lots of refugees were hanging about the ferry terminal and wandering aimlessly around the town. The best ...

Ypres Salient......here we go

A travel blog entry by tyamkovy on Aug 30, 2014

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... 62....It is a National memorial on Canadian soil...it was given to Canada in perpetuity by the Belgium government in recognition of the sacrifices our lads did. You can actually plant a Canadian flag on it....It was a huge strong hold that we held in the battle of Hooge...and the memorial seemed fitting it was fairly big....and at the top of the hill was a marker....that pointed to all the battle grounds and as you were on the hill you could look down the ...

"He is not missing. He is here."

A travel blog entry by pyoung on Aug 28, 2014

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... heard from again: "He is not missing. He is here."

We joined hundreds of people from around the world to witness the ceremony that has occurred every evening at 8 p.m. since 1927, interrupted only by the WW II German occupation. The multilingual buzz in the crowd hushed, and even the small children on their fathers' shoulders fell silent. An honor guard bugled "The Last Post," a bagpiper skirled ...

Laying down the wine!

A travel blog entry by issywiz on Jul 29, 2014

1 comment, 2 photos

... a whole line of moorings being put in place with a smart new Capitainerie being completed to serve the very long pontoon. All the old boats (well there were a couple left) that where there have been cleared and we only recognised the "Night Club Boat" from 3 years ago. No sooner had we arrived when the heavens opened with a massive downpour with rolling thunder. We had a beer whilst we waited for it to ease off and pleased we had made it inside before it ...

And now we lie, in Flanders fields

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Nov 10, 2013

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... that infiltrates your body and cuts right to the bone. Even through gloves, my hands were numb. Teeth chattering, I stood and thought of my great grandfather Harry Corney who fought for Canada. God knows what possessed him to enlist; he had a young family at home, but enlist he did in 1916 and served for nearly 2 years. He carried at least one photo of his family with him, of that we are sure, for he lost it aboard the troop ship on the way over and it ...