Chateau de Beauvoir

Hocquincourt, Somme, Picardy, 80490, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hocquincourt

Down the Seaside

A travel blog entry by browntravelco

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... to turn around and re-trace your tracks!. Plus the French Roads are excellent and well signposted. Just Driving here is a real treat (off the motorways), so much beauty all around and having our own wheels is a whole different experience to Asia where we did not have so much freedom.
Lucky enough to find a campsite that would open up for us and let us plug in for the night! The French are just so friendly and welcoming...all those stereotypes are pretty ...

A Cluster of Cultures.

A travel blog entry by sarahs-trips

1
11

... Thanksgiving falls a lot later than the Canadian one, once that night was over, Christmas was just around the corner.

Mid- November, Naomi, Rachel and I spent a day in Paris. We took an early train there on Saturday, saw the Basilique Du Sacre Coeur at Montmartre, Moulin Rouge, had lunch and spent the afternoon wandering around the Louvre. Leaving the Louvre we were pleasantly surprised by the Paris Christmas market that is held annually on the Champs-Élysées. ...

Lille (Fromelles)

A travel blog entry by winkie

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... that is, more than two years after the battle. There are no headstones in the cemetery, two large concrete crosses laid face down in the grass mark where the soldiers are buried. Although the graves are not individually marked, these are individual graves, not a mass grave. There is also a Cross of Sacrifice. The memorial lists almost 1,300 Australian soldiers who were lost in the battle and who have no known resting place. ...

Battlefield Tour

A travel blog entry by helendickveness

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... The children of Albert repaid the Victorians by raining $30,000 for the Bushfire appeal.

The next site was the village of Pozieres where the Australian 1st Division lost over 5,000 men in one day's fighting. This was a key defence point for the Germans and the location of the "Gibraltar bunker" - not much remains but the entrance and foundations.

We traveled to a small war cemetery where an uncle of the other party was ...

Villers Bretonneux

A travel blog entry by holdfast

6

... and seeing as we are out in the sticks english is not something that is widely spoken. I muddle through with my basic french and manage to order us some sandwiches and drinks. These sandwiches were huge and Pamela struggles. Of the the War graves now. We had to take an alternate route to get there but after asking for some directions/permission (again in french and i caught two words of what he said) we make it. This memorial is home to some 800 Australians and 1200 ...

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