Ibis Lille Lomme Centre
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to Kortrijk and then a connection to Bruges. I decided the best alternative was to hitch. The first 10 minutes saw only Belgium drivers giving me the thumbs down. It was like they were telling me to "get real". Then along came a Porsche and it was full speed ahead to Ypres. I think we almost caught the bus up and it had a 10 minute start over 7km!!!!!
Was a really good day. Beautiful weather and I made ...
Belgium "a strange Country?"
Perhaps the word "different “ is more appropriate. Although it is the home of Tin Tin (Dutch = Kuifje), this little man never spoke a word of Belgian because a Belgian language does not exist.
In the north they speak Flemish which is better Dutch than the Dutch speak in Holland and the same rule applies here as in Western Scandinavia, where a Dutch person can decipher the local language fairly easily.
... and beer and lots of kids running around and jumping in and out of the river, and a good time seemed to be had by most everyone. Eventually we got tired of the sun and turned the barge around and headed back to Thuin. Saturday evening we dragged ourselves up all the stairs again and had a wonderful dinner in a strange little restaurant with 2 friendly guys who did all the cooking serving themselves. The menu was written on a chalk board, and the wine list was a ...
To Vimy Ridge, north of Arras, Hill 145, where the Canadian Monument and several cemeteries are located as part of the Vimy Ridge National Historic Site of Canada. The only other historic site outside Canada is Beaumont-Hamel.
A different style of monument, where two towering pylons of limestone are carved with allegorical figures from greek mythology. Maple leaves on one tower, the fleur-de-lys on its twin, symbolic of ...
... to the wellington quarry museum which is named after nzs tunnelers who dug all the tunnels under arac which allowed the allies to attack from the german frontline on the day of a big attack. the tunnels were so massive they needed a map system to stop them getting lost and many tunneks were named after the nz city the tunnelers came from. I had been planning to find a way to my great great uncles grave on the saturday but my tour guide offered to take me there as part of the ...