Astoria Hotel Carnot

10/12 Place Foch, Arras, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 62000, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Arras

Lille and co

A travel blog entry by j3ster

7

... clearly it's kind of just there. I look to try maybe get a train to Brussels to the waist the day away a bit easier but by the time I had done that my Coach would been here to take me to gent. One thing I will say is the supermarket is amazing so much cheese in different types of food it would be nice to spend a little bit more time here to discover that for myself a bit ...

Vimy Ridge

A travel blog entry by krissi.w

30

... one crying, but then I was the only Canadian of the few people there. On the way back, the sheep still hadn't exploded. A farmer came with a trailer and dragged the sheep in. Then I had to make the choice between a cemetery or the trenches. I chose the cemetery, and went to the closest one because I was running out of time. It was very small, and surrounded by a short circular wall. A worker was spraying pesticide on the grass. He gestured for me to go in. It was ...

Darkness and Light

A travel blog entry by wc2013europe

... when we arrived at the memorial site. Very suddenly the whole group was plunged into a solemn and respectful state of silence as we listened to our guides explain the grim realities of the area. We were then free to look around at our own pace, with many choosing to go alone to really think about all that we were seeing and imagining. We then had a very moving ceremony at the Jewish remembrance chapel led by our own David Emmanuel who made a beautifully crafted speech ...

Back into the trenches

A travel blog entry by word-a-day

13

... Rue Nouvelle Zelande/Aotearoa". There was also a ”Maison du Waikato”. It is also where the All Blacks went on their end of season tour in 2000 to learn about New Zealand’s role in WW1.


We ended up driving to Arras in preparation for another big day of WW1 sightseeing.

Word for 17/6: great-great

With just a bit of washing to get through, we got up early to beat the crowds – not that ...

The work of the New-Zealand tunnellers

A travel blog entry by frenchseahorse

7

... Mark if we wanted. Don't mind if I do!

Throughout the Great War, Arras with Verdun was the only town in France situated on the front line.
Impressive underground chalk quarries had been dug in the south suburb of Arras since the Middle Ages.
From 1916, a network of galleries was set up by the New Zealand tunnellers, to link the quarries together and get closer to the ...

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