Grand Hotel

Address: 6 rue Dachery , St-Quentin, Picardy, 02100, France | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 6 rue Dachery , St-Quentin, is near Ile de Bendor.
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    Travel Blogs from St-Quentin

    Peronne, rest day and on to Arleux

    A travel blog entry by kerney on Jun 06, 2015

    9 photos

    ... Retuned to the boat to ride out with Albert, Carlos, Mikaela and Bert the Captain as he was on a day off to explore the surrounding countryside - we looked at a another cemetery, this one contained the bodies of only French soldiers and officers from around 1916. We then went to see some remaining trenches at the site of a major offensive above the Somme River. This ride was approximately 40kms and we returned at 5.45 to get ready for ...

    Noyon to Peronne

    A travel blog entry by kerney on Jun 05, 2015

    10 photos

    ... round bales. Around 4pm we visited a British memorial cemetery at Brie to many soldiers killed in WW1, and earlier passed another century of simple crosses, I did not get to see who was buried there as the group kept riding. After we went through Brie we realised Chris was missing and stopped to wait for him, in the meantime a huge storm was building and when we finally set off again we eventually got caught in the storm and had to shelter from ...

    Compiegne to Noyon

    A travel blog entry by kerney on Jun 04, 2015

    18 photos

    ... of amazing 3D viewers with graphic pictures from the war on French soil.... These were both incredibly informative and disturbing. After we rode through more glorious forest roads to some tiny villages, and the change in architecture was noticeable as the beautiful stone houses had been destroyed and replaced with nice homes, but not of the same unique character. We saw a couple more lovely churches, which had been reconstructed from the ...

    A drive through some of the Somme WW1 sites

    A travel blog entry by gary_13. on Jul 19, 2013

    4 comments, 26 photos

    ... newly arrived from Flanders played vital roles in the Battle of the Somme. At home new names were being added to the Australian vocabulary - Pozieres, Mouquet Farm, Bullecourt, Albert, and Amien - all too often for very sad reasons.

    The Germans were well entrenched in the small town of Pozieres, which squats on a broad ridge and was part of a complex defensive system that included Mouquet Farm and extended to ...

    Pizza cheap plonk and novelty sheep

    A travel blog entry by zenadonnie on May 13, 2013

    8 photos

    ... feeling of sadness gratitude and respect. The cemetery is simple,understated, dignified & immaculately maintained we felt we owed it to the dead men to resolve to make the most of our own lives. These places can have a profound effect. First night in our camper van tonight, after pizza, cheap plonk & violet sweets. Had a stroll around the site's lake-lots of mozzies & pet goats who could maybe smell pizza on us. They should buy their ...