Auberge la Fontaine d'Inville

1 Route Nationale, Graincourt-les-Havrincourt, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 62147, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Graincourt-les-Havrincourt

Goodbye Brugge, hello France

A travel blog entry by lad.kennedy


... us a drink. Leanne and I both felt the fuss made was uncomfortable but the NZ connection here does run deep. It has been 23 degrees today - too warm for jeans! I have learnt today that my schoolboy French is inadequate with surprised/amused looks when I try to talk in French followed eventually by a glimmer of understanding or politeness. Leaving Le Quesnoy we drove on a secondary country road that must have been built originally by the Romans, it was straight for ...

Lille and co

A travel blog entry by j3ster


... apparent why later in today as the cafe set up everywhere with seating outside obviously to draw the customers in the coffee and bakery morning watch the busy world go by. The old town is Cobbled while the new one is more traditional with a shopping mall. I have to confess I must've looked like a tramp as I lay down on the raised step of the shop doorway trying to get some ...

Vimy Ridge

A travel blog entry by megs-anoop


... shells, bullets) to the front line, conduct night raids, “eavesdrop” on the Germans by digging perilously close to their front lines, and to dig “subways”. We saw one of these original “subways”, which were essentially tunnels dug sometimes thirty meters deep, under the German lines, at the end of which mines were placed. The tunnels we walked through have all been reinforced with concrete today but originally, ...

Journey to the Centre of the Earth

A travel blog entry by fitchett


... in front of the memorial wall and numerous wreaths. They did the Ka Mate haka in front of a small but attentive crowd. The fact that it is Anzac Day tomorrow made it all the more meaningful.

We joined a tour of about 20 people – mainly New Zealanders but, included a couple of English people. The New Zealanders were part of a tour group who were going on to Anzac Day services in Belgium tomorrow. ...


A travel blog entry by emmatheexplorer


... I felt much better!

And Lille is really lovely. People are really nice here, everybody speaks French with me, and helps me when I'm lost. I drink a miniature coffee (they aren't to generous with the stuff here in France...) and sit and people watch, and write some letters and postcards while I wait for my train to Brugge.

It is really just an exceptionally nice day. And it is well with my soul...


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