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Re: S-EBTM 2019 Lille (23.- 25.8.2019) Tips & Tricks

Post by GNUGNU » Sun Aug 18, 2019 4:39 pm

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Sat Aug 17, 2019 9:57 am
Sunday in louvre-Lens
For those who want to visit the Musée du Louvre in Lens on sunday you can go by train from Lille-Flandres station to Lens then when out of station turn left you'll see bus station and
a) bulle1 direction Lievin 2nd stop named Parc-Louvre-Lens twice an hour (only buy ticket at machines)
b) Line41 once an hour 6th stop named Louvre-lens (you can also buy ticket at driver)

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S-EBTM 2019 Lille (23.- 25.8.2019) - Tips & Tricks

Post by Jackgaillard » Sun Aug 18, 2019 6:10 pm

Postal codes for Lille
originally 59800 was for only old town district but it's finished
Post code for Lille are both 59000 and 59800 (you can check adresses of places on google maps)
for example L'estaminet gantois Here is 59800 while Hotel Hermitage gantois Here is 59000 and it's at the same place
postcode 59260 is for Hellemmes wich is associated town with lille since 1977
postcode 59160 is for Lomme wich is associated town with lille since 2000

59777 59033 are postcode in Lille for commercial purpose
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S-EBTM 2019 Lille (23.- 25.8.2019) - Tips & Tricks

Post by Jackgaillard » Tue Aug 20, 2019 7:27 am

Old stock exchange
all week-ends you'll find in arched courtyard old books and antiques and you can play chess ang go and for those who stay sunday evening in Lille go there and you'll listen to argentin tango from 5pm
and you can dance there

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S-EBTM 2019 Lille short guide about places we visit

Post by Jackgaillard » Wed Aug 21, 2019 4:23 pm

Here is a short guide about places we visit

Palais Rihour first built by Duke of Burgundy Philippe le Bon, during 15° century it's gothic style
Lille Belfry was built in 1932, It's the highest civil Belfry in Europe (104m)
Hospice Gantois was built in 15° century by Jean de la Gambe (le Gantois) rich merchant to treat elderly and sick people until 1995. In 2003 it becomes a five star hotel ( Hermitage Gantois ).
Eglise Saint Maurice : Construction of actual building began at the end of XIV° century and ended in the XIX° century. It' gothic and neo-gothic style
Old trading stock exchange (vieille Bourse) : was built in middle of 17° century under spanish domination. 24 little houses are sold to merchants. it recieve it's name at the inauguration of Chamber of Commerce in 1921. You can find inside an arched courtyard where and second-hand book market take place every week-ends. It's Flemish renaissance style.
Old Town district : …
Hospice comtesse : This is an hospital founded in 1237 by Countess Jeanne de Flandres. it remains in service until 1939. The present building dates from 15° to 17° century. Since 1962 it houses a museum of artworks of the region. you can feel there a 17° century flemish small couvent athmosphere.
Cathédrale Notre dame de la treille : construction began in 1854 and was built in stages from 1856 to 1975; It was completed in 1999 by installation of the facade.
Charles de Gaulle's Birthplace and museum : the house was bought in 1967 by a group of friends of the General. Now a museum, it recreates the atmosphere of a typical late 19th century home of the Northern French industrial middle class. The family keepsakes and personal objects on display (cradle, christening robe, Saint-Cyr sword, etc.) are a reminder of De Gaulle’s younger days.

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Re: S-EBTM 2019 Lille (23.- 25.8.2019) - Tips & Tricks

Post by mico » Wed Aug 21, 2019 11:14 pm

Jackgaillard wrote:
Sun Aug 18, 2019 6:10 pm
Postal codes for Lille
originally 59800 was for only ld town district but it's finished
Post code for Lille are both 59000 and 59800 (you can check adresses of places on google maps)
for example L'estaminet gantois Here is 59800 while Hotel Hermitage gantois Here is 59000 and it's at the same place
on google maps I found this subdivision of Lille between 59000 and 59800
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S-EBTM 2019 Lille (23.- 25.8.2019) - Tips & Tricks

Post by Jackgaillard » Sun Aug 25, 2019 10:12 am

Chez Biloute
Biloute is a friendly nick name used to talk to someone (often young people). Just say Salut Biloute to say hello guys
In restaurant "Chez biloute" means our region specialties which is Flemish cooking
in slang it means also small penis
there's a comic name El'Z'avintures ed'Biloute
designed by olier
Lille and Tournai use a kind of Patois picard named "Ch'timi"
allez, salut Biloute

For example first post of General information in chtimi

we are please to welcome you in Lille chez biloute Philippe et Jack is ont graimain quer ed' ricontrer tizot à Lille edmain
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