Campanile Saint Quentin
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?
TripAdvisor Reviews Campanile Saint Quentin St-Quentin
Travel Blogs from St-Quentin
... and miles of gently rolling hills, with fields of wheat and barley and stands of trees and the church spires of small villages. It is unbelievably peaceful and beautiful. It is very strange to contrast it with the photos of the land during the war, with nothing green or growing anywhere, just some blasted tree stumps now and then. The land, at least, as healed. (Although every year a couple tons of WWI debris is dug up or surfaces, including human remains ...
... the Canal du Nord, headed for the Somme, and hoping we managed to stay out of trouble with the big guys!
It has been instructive to share the waterways with these guys, but I have gotten a bit tired of rocking and rolling when tied up and they go lumbering by at fast speed. Or even not fast speed, they still toss us around a bit. I reckon we will see a lot more of them this year, but I’m happy for now to be on the Somme, where all is pretty quiet. ...
... to stack the car with a last few cases of wine from Majestic and hope that the tyres and suspension held out.
Eurotunnel procedure and crossing was as smooth as ever and after another 4 hours, we were back home at last.
Just a last mention for the trusty Golf. 4600 miles, a mystery bumper attack by an Italian, lost rear bumper ...
... frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); "> The memorial, on land donated by France in 1922, was unveiled by King Edward VIII in 1936 and is Dalmation stone on a massive concrete base. It has two 27 metre high pylons in memory of Canada's 66 000 WW1 dead, it also contains the names of the 11 285 Canadian missing soldiers who have no known grave etched into the walls.
... roasted potatoes that were basted in the juices of cooking rotisserie chickens above. I spotted a patisserie where people were lining up down the street and joined the queue. It was awesome! I bought us some quiche and pastries for lunch later and bought some really cute profiterole type pastries… YUM!
With our tummies full we headed off in search of the Parisian Catacombs excited to see what lay beneath our feet. Unfortunately this was the day that there was a line. ...