Hostellerie des Trois Poissons

13, rue Cappeville, Gisors, Haute-Normandie, Normandy, 27140, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 13, rue Cappeville, Gisors.
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Travel Blogs from Gisors

The Battlefields!

A travel blog entry by caeneden on Sep 10, 2014

2 comments, 22 photos

... to return. Onto Newfoundland Park, the Memorial to the 600 of 800 Newfoundland soldiers ( part of Canada, sort of ) who died in the first assault trying to run across open ground towards German machine guns. About 400 yards... They fought over it for 5 months. Thousands died. After the war, the Chaplain of the Newfoundland Brigade came back to France and bought this land. It is the only area that has the trenches in the original state. Bearing in mind 100 years of erosion ...


A travel blog entry by pardonmyfrance on Jan 12, 2014


... with him. (I've met one and she always squeals his name when she sees him.) He loves doing puzzles with me just as much as he loves picking on his sisters. Recently, he's been a bit of a drama king, but his parents say it's not how he usually acts. Hopefully, it's just a phase!

Raphaelle is an adorable little girl who will be 3 in either March or April. She is a little chubby and has blonde bouncy curls, so she's somewhat irresistible when it comes ...

Paris Prayer Conference Day 2 - Visit to Gisors

A travel blog entry by ongj003 on Jun 11, 2013

2 comments, 8 photos

Day 10 Tuesday

7:45am wake up and head to the hotel

8:30am breakfast at the hotel with some of the conference participants

9:00am Walk to avenue dumain eglise baptiste church for morning service

9:30am service with all prayer conference Participants
Includes praise and worship together and learning one French song

During the time at the church, there are different speakers that are brought in to speak ...

50th Anniversary Dinner

A travel blog entry by patti-k on Aug 14, 2010

2 comments, 11 photos

... credit for dancing. Our group did quite well with all of the music trivia, and also earned quite a few bonus points as Bryan, Laura and Jill took turns cutting the rug. The last number was a rousing version of "YMCA", in which Jill took our new friend Dorothy under her wing to teach her the classic moves. What a way to celebrate!! ...

A day in the 100 Years War

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Nov 18, 2009

4 comments, 8 photos

I left the hotel after breakfast and drove 15 km north to Crécy (en Ponthieu) the site of the battle of 1346 that bears that name. An observation tower has been constructed just outside the town on the site of the windmill at the top of the hill from where the King Edward III of England directed his army in a defensive position. He had come to France with his army to press his claim to the French throne. The King of France, refused his claim of course, and marched to meet ...