Campanile Arras - Saint-Nicolas

Zone d'Activités des Alouettes, Saint-Nicolas-lez-Arras, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 62223, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Zone d'Activit├ęs des Alouettes, Saint-Nicolas-lez-Arras.
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    Travel Blogs from Saint-Nicolas-lez-Arras

    Getting out of Calais, eventually!!

    A travel blog entry by kev-buxton on Sep 07, 2014

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    ... of Arras by the allies on 7th September 1944. There was a large fair and a firework display in the squares..

    At just after midnight and there being no obvious signs of any taxi's being available, we managed to 'blag' the chef at the restaurant we had been eating and drinking at, for a lift back to the hotel as walking back wasn't fancied by any of us.

    Mileage - 94 (including the unscheduled tour of Calais)
    Total mileage - 302

    Escape from England: Tuesday 12th August

    A travel blog entry by dawidstowe on Aug 13, 2014

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    We had completed 279 miles from home to Arras, in France. Sixty nine miles from Calais to Arras was the most enjoyable, with spacious motorways cutting through farming fields during the harvest season.
    I had always dreaded the challenges of riding on the M1, and in particular M25 back in the UK, but that was behind us when we rolled out of the Eurotunnel with such ...

    Arras - Day 3

    A travel blog entry by t.bird on Aug 12, 2014

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... said the tunnels were so big, in some parts the ceilings resembled cathedrals. I think he may have overstated it a bit. I imagine with 24,000 men down there it would have been quite cosy. There were signs painted on the wall directions to the latrine, the mess etc. Black paint for the first world war and red for the second world war when the locals used the tunnels as shelter. The 2 tunnels allowed the allied forces to come up to the ground halfway across no mans land, only a ...


    A travel blog entry by yake on Jul 09, 2014

    2 comments, 7 photos

    Very solemn day. We visited Vimy Ridge today - I've wanted to see this monument for a long time. More rain and really dark clouds set the mood for our visit. As we drove into the site we could see more fields sectioned as there were explosives still underground. The monument itself was absolutely huge. I was awestruck with it's immense size and placement on the Ridge. The view was beautiful. One can see ...

    The southern end of the Remembrance Trail

    A travel blog entry by waynelucas on May 07, 2014

    5 photos

    ... commemorates 11000 diggers that have no known graves. Our government have just spent 10 million dollars here, we visited it in the wind, cold and rain as it sits on high ground just out of the town. You are able to climb the tower which gives a great view over the site. Words not able to describe this opportunity to be here, lots of open space to fit in the crowds at ANZAC functions. A damn fine tribute. Then into the town, drove up ...