Campanile Maubeuge

Address: Rn 49 Avenue Jean Jaures, Maubeuge, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 59600, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Rn 49 Avenue Jean Jaures, Maubeuge, is near Parc Zoologique de Maubeuge.
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        Last Day in Europe

        A travel blog entry by garystephan on Nov 01, 2015

        Goodbye Europe. It has been am amazing seven weeks. We have revisited London and met up with Luke and Louise. We met Ruth and Mick at Heathrow and together we have cruised the waterways of Russia. We visited Helsinki and Tallinn. We have travelled over 7000k in a car through Belguim, ...

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        A travel blog entry by issywiz on Aug 01, 2014

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        Friday 1st August 2014

        When we woke up John didn't feel too well, weak and tired even though he had a good night’s sleep. He even went without breakfast, just drinking water instead, which is unheard of usually. Isi had a twinge in the back so suggested we stay put for another day and get the washing done and usual catch up chores as well as seeing Mons itself.

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        Villers Sire Nicole at Michels

        A travel blog entry by brsant on Jun 20, 2014

        1 comment, 15 photos

        After breakfast this morning Michel took us driving. The countryside is really pretty, green rolling hills with lots of milking cows, potatoes and beet crops. We drove through little villages and stopped at Le Quesnoy. There were markets in town so the Main Street was closed. We got out and went for a walk around the fortified walls. Our walk took us up and down, over bridges, through tunnels and near water. We walked through what ...

        Ghent- Bapaume

        A travel blog entry by callumhislam on Oct 05, 2013

        ... them, accidently dropiing the odd spud out the back to keep me on my toes. Its WWII territory now and their are cemeteries every few miles. I felt deeply saddened to think about what went on in those fields. I carried on untill Bapaume where i made camp in a friendly frenchmans garden and spent the evening in the only local shop which was open having a beer with the owners, and chatting with the local potato farmers. My longest day yet at ...