Première Classe Lille Nord - Tourcoing

Address: 401 / 405 boulevard Gambetta, Tourcoing, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 59200, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 401 / 405 boulevard Gambetta, Tourcoing, is near Museum of Art & Industry (Musée d'Art et d'Industrie), Euralille Station, Michel Ruc, and Godon.
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      Vimy Ridge and the remaining Caribou

      A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Oct 18, 2014

      9 photos

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      No matter where you drive, you always see wind turbines. Sometimes a few, sometimes fields or rows of them. As we drive towards these scattered locations, notice the fields have drying corn, others sprouts of green or some obscure green crop. Piled ready for collection are gigantic heaps of sugar beet and potatoes, enormous haystacks, even though there's limited livestock seen, and farmers busy ploughing, cutting, gathering.



      A travel blog entry by nickandmaryjane on Oct 09, 2014

      11 photos

      ... that the original house wasn’t grand enough for her, so she enlarged the Old Hall. Then five years later, decided that just wasn’t good enough, so she build the New Hall. Her fourth husband was George Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbury, and his claim to fame was that he was the “jailer” of Mary Queen of Scots for a few years. Bess and George didn’t get along very well! George complained that Bess spent too much money! However, ...

      Belgium to France to Belgium

      A travel blog entry by waynelucas on May 05, 2014

      4 photos

      ... to the 5th Australian Military Division. It is in the middle of nothing important, woods and farm land. Our timing is fortuitous as we are only a week after ANZAC Day, thus lots of wreaths and notes are evident from ceremonies that would have taken place that day. Seems we are also not Robinson Crusoe, a bus load of Aussies are also on parade, good to hear their voices and be able to say giddy mate. These places are our good taxes at work and let ...

      Breaking out of Ypres - Messines to Passchendaele

      A travel blog entry by gary_13. on Jul 15, 2013

      2 comments, 27 photos

      ... a war poet wrote "I died in hell, they call it Passchendaele".
      The cost at Passchendaele was an incredible 35 men for every metre gained.


      Amiens to Ypres

      A travel blog entry by sabrina.catlin on Jul 12, 2013

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      ... This is a massive structure with the names of all those killed and or missing. We arrived at Ypres ready for a rest only to find that there was even more to cover in this area so it was early to bed. Our accommodation here was built onto of the battlefields of the Somme. In its previous life, the building had been a piggery. It's was again destroyed in WW2 and then the original materials were used to re-build it as a barn. In ...