Auberge la Fontaine d'Inville

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

Lille & Ypres

A travel blog entry by chrisanddeb on Aug 11, 2015

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... parked but no office. After a bit of mucking around it turns out the office was in the main section of the international railway station where we arrived yesterday. Eventually we find it, they have our reservation and all is good. The Avis lady tries to up sell us to an automatic car with GPS which would have been 17 euro dollars extra per day. Having purchased a GPS on eBay before leaving Oz, we decline. After she checks and allocates us car, we get the ...

The UK Begins

A travel blog entry by budz888 on Jul 25, 2015

1 comment, 26 photos

... I think it would also devalue my protest.   Plenty of people around. There really is an Esperantoland feel to it all.   This bloke I've seen before. On the streets of Berlin of all places - at random. Green, the colour of Esperanto. Some intellectual Esperantist in the past made some comment about these people that deck themselves out in Esperanto green. Something to the effect that he doesn't mind making fun of them ...

Battlefields of the Somme

A travel blog entry by ryans_escapade on Apr 30, 2015

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... There are over 700 Australian soldiers resting in this cemetery along with some Canadians, British and Scottish soldiers and a lot of unknown soldiers also. As you walk towards the tower and through the cemetery the names of the missing come into focus, too many, 11,000 Australian soldiers names are listed on those walls, each by regiment and rank.

The Memorial was first erected in 1938 and during WWII it came under fire by the ...

La Somme

A travel blog entry by birdie36 on Jul 06, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

... line trenches only 100metres or so away from where the German trenches were and learnt about the life in the trenches and their systems. Every evening in the Somme we have returned to one of the towns and back to one of the beautiful and incredible churches for a concert. We have visited Amiens, villers ...


A travel blog entry by jon1990 on Aug 11, 2013

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... size of the crater is staggering!! The largest British mine crater on the Western Front, its one of several mines exploded under the German front line positions on the Somme on July 1st 1916. It is 300 ft across and 90 ft deep, apparently 11,000 lbs of explosives were used to blow up the mine. Well worth a visit!