Auberge du Bon Fermier
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Auberge du Bon Fermier Valenciennes
Travel Blogs from Valenciennes
... just keep coming across more cemeteries. We probably passed 12 or so. Stopped at some for a look. One of these was the famous Hill 60 memorial to Australian tunnellers. Arrive at Ypres and the magnificent Menin Gate memorial with the names of 54,000 lost soldiers from all Allied countries. Very very imposing. A visit to the Flanders Fields museum and drive 8 k out of town to the Tyne Cot cemetery which is the biggest in the world including 1300 Australians. There ...
... and their congress bag which most will also never be without, that I'll be able to recognise the Esperantists in the streets and cafés. But they won't recognise me as a fellow traveller as in protest of what I consider too high a congress fee for Australians - seeing we have to pay so much to get there, and the failure of the Australian Esperanto Association to say a word about it - I go to the congress and never sign up. In ...
I wrote a very long blog this morning on my new iPad, explaining the last 2 weird weeks, and then discovered that I could not copy and paste into the blog, as I did with the computer. So I will have to recreate that long blog bit by bit. We are leaving for Belgium early tomorrow morning so I can't get it all done tonight. Once in Belgium we aren't sure how long it will take to get wifi up and running. The joys of travel. A very short story is that we were ...
... visit to a chocolate shop and a lunch stop. After lunch we headed back into France to visit the Vimy Memorial. Students were given a guided tour of one of the many tunnels dug by Canadians before the battle and were able to walk through the preserved Canadian and German trench lines. We finished off with a visit to the Vimy monument before leaving for dinner and returning to the ...
... we stopped for dinner. French Onion Soup for me and a cheese platter for Terry. And still he wanted to walk. So we walked the length of the Champs Élysées to the Arc de Triumph. Finally he decided time to walk home. We probably walked about 12km that day and he is still recovering! After a few wrong turns, we finally made it back to our hotel for the night. Had to set the alarm for an early start next ...