Balladins Valenciennes-Petite Foret Confort

Address: Rue Gay Lussac, Valenciennes, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 59494, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Rue Gay Lussac, Valenciennes.
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Travel Blogs from Valenciennes

THE BELGIUM BATTLEFIELDS

A travel blog entry by glenda56 on Jun 10, 2015

1 comment, 7 photos

... It was unbelievable to see old German bunkers some still in good condition ( some in ruins) amidst beautiful farmland, lush and green with vegetables and other crops. More than 170 cemeteries, some small, others huge, dotted throughout the farmlands and villages, marking the final resting places of more than 220,000 soldiers, from the British Commonwealth, many of them still unidentified. These graves and cemeteries are ...

Arleux, France to Tournai, Belgium

A travel blog entry by kerney on Jun 08, 2015

15 photos

... in a herb sauce with mashed potatoes and salad, dessert was almond/orange cake - superb as usual. We arrived in Tournai just as we were about to sit down for dinner, afterwards we went to bed early, pretty tired from riding against the wind for most of the day. The next morning we spent an hour in the village centre, checked our the Notre Dame cathedral, bought pastries from a cute ...

Next stop

A travel blog entry by sherry.ludlam on Jul 06, 2014

3 photos

Odd morning yesterday. Went to see the Grand Arche at La Defense but certainly not as I remembered and the weather was ****. Got to Gard de Nord and had lovely train ride to Valenciennes. Nice town. Got a little lost but not too bad. We are right in the Centre of town. Beach volleyball last night. Need to negotiate trains again this morning and off to Le Quesnoy. Weather supposed to be ...

Vimy Ridge

A travel blog entry by megs-anoop on Apr 01, 2013

1 comment, 26 photos

... Flying Services Memorial commemorates over 1,000 men of the Royal Naval Air Service, the Royal Flying Corps and the Royal Air Force, who have no known grave. We looked around the memorial for a little while and then headed off to Vimy Ridge.

We started off by visiting the monument, which is a tribute to all Canadians who risked or gave their lives for freedom and peace in the First World War. The monument is enormous, resting on a bed of 11,000 tonnes ...

Day 4 - Vimy Ridge

A travel blog entry by cwhiteside on Mar 24, 2013

25 photos

... able to walk through the trenches and peak through the lookouts to get a sense of what it might have been like to crouch in anticipation of the danger that awaited. The path through the trenches has been covered with concrete ladders that are meant to be a modern recreation of wooden structures that were used during the war. The ladders could be used to walk on and to help the men go over the top when attacking. The concrete structures at Vimy are permanent but could cause tourists ...