Charme Hotel Landhuis 'T Wilgenerf

Address: Elzendammestraat 1, Ypres, West Flanders, 8906, Belgium | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Ypres

    Along the dykes ahead of Le Tour

    A travel blog entry by startrailers on Jul 03, 2015

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    ... and other cities and go 'off piste' a bit.
    We circled Rotterdam (fantastic roads) and went on the A15 out towards the Europoort, passing the container port and massive refinery and oil storage. We turned off onto the N57, and once across the last bit of the Maas and across a few dams, it ...

    Day 8 - In Flanders & Commonwealth Memorials

    A travel blog entry by shaneejohnson on Apr 26, 2015

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    ... with 11,954 burials of which 8,367 are unnamed and 101 burials are unknown. The stone wall surrounding the cemetery makes-up the Tyne Cot Memorial to the Missing. The memorial contains the names of thousands of UK forces, along with over a thousand New Zealanders. These names were placed here as the Menin Gate Memorial was not large enough to contain all the names. Seeing all of ...

    You say Ieper, I say Ypres

    A travel blog entry by kaizen on Mar 13, 2015


    ... both taught Australia's involvement in WWI many times and we knew the stories but it is very poignant to stand where they stood 100 years later. We drove on to Amiens passed many cemeteries and through many small towns who had been badly affected because they happened to fall In the land between the two front lines. We reached Amiens and spent the next day enjoying the town. Our pilgrimage to the western front was coming to a close. Time to leave the ghosts to their rest. Paris ...

    Canadian & Aussie Day

    A travel blog entry by junior613 on Aug 12, 2014

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    Up early and headed off to see WW1 ace - Albert Ball's grave site but detoured via my namesake then to keep the aerial theme to Arras for WW1 airmens memorial... Got to Canadian Memorial at Vimy Ridge just as it ****** down so booked in for free tour and had lunch in the car. Tour was for an hour through tunnels underneath trenches with Canadian uni student as ...

    In Flanders Fields

    A travel blog entry by 2aussiesinavan on Jul 06, 2013

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    ... because this had been one of the battle sites where my grandfather had served in 1917 as part of the 18th Btn.

    This section of the front line was called the Ypres salient, meaning that part of the allied line bulged forward into the enemy lines, leaving them vulnerable on three sides rather than just along the front line. Every ...