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 …
Kept it pretty easy today by the sea-side. It's lovely being here in the off-season, so peaceful, although you can easily imagine how they burst to life in the Summer! Down the beach we can see across to the UK (and Ella wave to Grandma) a gorgeous coastline and certainly has some tides! Beautiful Vistas of green pastures dropping off a cliff down to wide sandy beaches and rough seas. We were even luck enough to spot a Sea Lion out fishing! Even though there ...
... such as gravy, pie crust and even full turkeys are hard to come by (we had to settle for 3 huge turkey roasts instead). No one seemed to mind the adjustments, especially considering for many it was their first time ever having had Thanksgiving dinner so they had no standard to hold us to. Overall it was a great night and a lot of fun to be able to share part of our traditions and celebrations with our friends (from Scotland, Latvia, Czech Republic and Germany).
... 711 are buried as "Known unto God" in other local cemeteries such as the Le Trou Aid Post Cemetery and the Rue-du-Bois Military Cemetery. The bodies of another 160 AIF soldiers (and 239 British soldiers) were recovered by the Germans after the battle and buried behind German lines, their names and personal belongings being passed to the Red Cross. In May 2008, the remains of some of these soldiers were finally located in mass ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Express Amiens
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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