Charme Hotel Landhuis 'T Wilgenerf

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

Bruge to Amsterdam & Happy Birthday to Me!

A travel blog entry by seejay

Had a lovely breakfast brought to us in our room. Taxi at 8:30am to train station for 9:00 train to Antwerp connection to Amsterdam. First class, had my birthday beer! Walked to meeting point, the Moevenpick Hotel. Our sweet Hilde and Tanja greeted me with birthday wishes and fresh beautiful tulips! How kind. ...

Short days ago we lived

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey


... on the way to the much more important Dunkirk - was utterly destroyed during the four years of fighting. By 1918, Ieper was flattened, leaving nothing except for the prison, a former girls' religious school and the cathedral spire standing. Although the Brits wanted to leave it 'as is' as a memorial, the residents of Ieper, understandably, had other ideas. They steadily rebuilt, using old stones when possible, and by the 1950s or 1960s, the town was once ...


A travel blog entry by bryce_terri

... delicious food and beer and it was goodnight Bruges you’ve been incredible!

Next morning was spent enjoying the other famous Belgian past time – chocolate! We headed to one of the hundreds of stores around town. Despite being tourist central, it was pretty reasonably priced for the quality. A few more stops on our unofficial "In Bruges" movie tour, the bridge and the alcoves in Koningin Astridpark.

We jumped on the ...

Final day 'In Flanders' Fields'

A travel blog entry by goweregypt


... Each distance took them about 30 mins compared to the soldiers in 1917 taking four & a half weeks in the sticking mud.
From here it was cross-country to Vladslo, north of here, to see the 'The Grieving Parents' sculpture. Well that was the plan. However we kept ending up on streets that were being repaired and had no through access nor were there any indicated detours and each street we took that was the next logical one also ended up being repaired. ...

Each site has its important story to tell

A travel blog entry by goweregypt


... a soldier's body had been expatriated. Last September they opened an amazing Information Centre here with many stories being told, plus medical equipment and their complete daily medical diary entries. Quite a moving place.
Next we drove on to Kemmel to the Info Centre to buy our tickets to the Bayernwald German Trenches. On the way there we stopped at the Spanbroekmolen Mine Crater which is now filled with water and called the Pool of Peace, which was very appropriate. Many had ...