Auberge la Fontaine d'Inville

Address: 1 rue Nationale, Graincourt-les-Havrincourt, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 62147, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1 rue Nationale, Graincourt-les-Havrincourt.
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Travel Blogs from Graincourt-les-Havrincourt

Day Twenty Three - Not so small a town

A travel blog entry by hlcombs on Oct 31, 2015

1 comment, 7 photos

October 31st

Happy Halloween!!

I actually forgot until I went out to dinner tonight and saw all the cute kids dressed up. From what I was told, Halloween isn't a bit deal in France but from what I see, it sure seems to be a major holiday.

Today I was in Lille, France which no one has heard of and yet, it’s a giant city. Its center reminded me a lot of Ashland where it has great little shops, neat stone ...


A travel blog entry by fredpedler68 on May 08, 2015

We drove to Albert about 25 kms north of Amiens in the Somme valley which was the centre of years of trench warfare in WW1. We visited the Musee Somme next to the cathedral and in 250 meters of tunnel under the town. It was very well done with artefacts dug up from the fields over the years. The photographs really brought home the horror of war as it can now be compared to the rich and fertile country side today. Most of the old ...

Day Four

A travel blog entry by jamestug on Sep 22, 2014

25 photos

... and a small marching band. Most of the people doing it were old and it's clear that they do it every night, always have and always will, they really do love what the soldiers did for them. It was weird standing there knowing it's a once in a life opportunity and that the Canadian lady had wanted to come all her life and had finally made it, it was a really good opportunity. Really enjoyable and a great way to see what the war means to the people ...

Back to Villers Bretonneux

A travel blog entry by buckgw on May 22, 2014

2 photos

... of a matching pair and kept 50 euro from our bond.  She did say that she was sure it would be less than that and would refund the difference. Next hurdle was a drive through the old part of town.  You can see from the photo that we were on a fairly narrow street but Sandy really wanted to go down that narrower part, I went down and then realised that it came to a tight T junction (no real room to swing right to turn left)...and a truck ...

Back into the trenches

A travel blog entry by word-a-day on Jun 22, 2013

13 photos

... and definitely not long enough sleep, we tried out our shower (which I’m nicknaming piddly font of water), had breakie and got on the road bound for Albert. This part of the journey following the trail of our WW1 soldiers is thanks to Rand’s recommendations and Jase being the avid war enthusiast could not say no when we’re just right here – so thanks Rand for extending Jason’s roadtrip for just another few days! Jase ...