Formule 1 Dreux

7 rue des Livraindières, Dreux, Centre, 28100, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 7 rue des Livraindières, Dreux.
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Travel Blogs from Dreux

Villers bretonneux and the Louvre

A travel blog entry by obriensaway on Jun 18, 2014

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... a few hundred metres from us. Off we go. The first one was a did not find, in fact the three previous logs were DNF. On to the next one and found rather quickly. Got rid of my last travelbug here. Back in the car and out to the australian war memorial only 1 mile out of town. It is a beautiful place with lush green manicured lawns everywhere and many many rows of headstones. We walked to the top of the tower and the view over the area was magnificent. The well ...

Kinglish

A travel blog entry by pardonmyfrance on Feb 18, 2014

... I feel like I can almost always rely on the fact that between what I know in a foreign language and in English that I will be able to convey what I want to. But that is not always the case.

I have to close by saying that I am always grateful and astounded by everyone who has taken the time to learn English. I know you didn't learn it for me, but it has made my travels all over the world that much easier. I can only imagine how different it would be to travel or live ...

Lest we forget

A travel blog entry by rainyfly on Jul 30, 2013

1 comment, 7 photos

One of the key destinations on this trip was Dreux, just west of Paris, where Phillip's uncle is buried. Neville Lloyd Sorensen was a flight sergeant with RAAF and was shot down over France on the 1st June 1944, aged 21. The Lancaster was on a bombing raid of the Trappes railway yards, just before D-Day. It crashed at Chandelles. We're not sure why there was seven crew instead of the usual six. ...

Australian War Memorial

A travel blog entry by david.seldon on Jun 05, 2013

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Since the "push" is on earnest and we are now heading inexorably for Norway, this morning we were up'n'at'm fairly early, but by the time we'd done a few chores, and I'd bought another couple of hours of wifi, since the last lot ran out at about 00.30 this morning, and I was able to get a few more bits of drivel on the air.

Almost Anzac Day in the Somme

A travel blog entry by ahbard on Apr 22, 2011

5 comments, 23 photos

... in the ruins of what was once a flourishing little town have, by means of donations, shown a desire to thank the valorous Australian Armies, who with the spontaneous enthusiasm and characteristic dash of their race, in a few hours chased an enemy ten times their number … Soldiers of Australia, whose brothers lie here in French soil, be assured that your memory will always be kept alive, and that ...

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