Holiday Inn Express Amiens
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One of the must do's when we came to France was to visit some of the WW1 battlefield sites and the most logical place to base ourselves was the town of Amiens. This proved to be a great choice as the city was able to meet all of our needs.
Our hotel was next to the train station and across the road from the pedestrian mall which was full …
We stayed here for a few days after the concert it was a huge energy
Boost to be playing so many people showed up to watch us play our
Demon beats the weather was hot with a little chill but we could relax all
Day part of the city is water so you can get little boat rides around there
Easily the most relaxing …
Up bright and early and enjoyed a lovely breakfast. In November 2012 Daryl booked Olivier Dirson to do a Battlefield guided tour for us to trace the history of Daryl's great uncle Sgt Arthur WilliamWallis, buried at Cite
Bonjean Military Cemetery, Armentieres, and Heather's great uncle Pte Burton William Hamlyn who was killed and buried during the second battle of Bullecourt ...
12th September - Today we said goodbye to Belgium and headed off to Waterloo where Napoleon lost the famous Battle of Waterloo in 1815. The Lion Mound was made by the women left behind and took 2 years to finish. The Lion represents Liberty (or freedom) and is dedicated to all of the men who lost their lives that day. The Lion faces the battle fields ...
Today we travelled from Brussels to Normandy. Outside Brussels we went to see the battlefield of Waterloo where Napoleon lost his last battle. We climbed the large Lion Mound with 226 steps to have a good view over the battlefield. Daddy said he cannot understand how many soldiers died in 10 hours of the fight on both sides ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
Staff were excellent very friendly and welcoming, Perfectly placed in the centre of the city and next to the train station. Rooms were very small but clean with amenities you come to expect from Holiday Inn.
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