Hotel Le Saint-Claude
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Le Saint-Claude Peronne
Hotel was really reasonably priced, very clean and quiet. Right in the middle of town with friendly helpful staff. Parking was available close by. You could take the car to the door for pick ups and drop offs.
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... Next I went to the Musee de Picardie which was talked up a lot online but was not what I expected. For one thing, it was actually a normal size. It was shocking to have only three floors and a normal museum sized building. Even though I was surprised, I wasn’t disappointed. The really neat part is that I had the place pretty much to myself (pic 8) and there were some items that were really fun to look at. Having been spoiled for painters lately, I skimmed ...
... it, leaving the obvious motorway route, to plunge us through city centres. Even stranger when we ignore it and take the more obvious route, when it recalculates it estimates that our route is shorter and quicker. So if you have a Garmin don't trust it since the last update, there is something amiss.
Arriving Arras we went to one of the out of town supermarkets to stock up on French produce, local ...
Here we are in Peronne, day after the big thunderstorm which took out the towns power, we wandered to town on Saturday morning and saw the local market then went to go to the museum I the castle, but unfortunately it was closed all day because the power was not able to be reconnected to the town. We had coffee and I managed to use the Internet to load up several days of this blog, as I am unable to do so using my French SIM card as a hot ...
Peronne, a town on the Somme, about 6 km from Cartigny, was virtually destroyed during the Great War. Initially it was the headquarters for the German Command, so shelled and bombed. Won by the British before being recaptured by the Germans. More destruction. In March 1918, the 2nd Australian Division managed to take Mont St Quentin, a pivotal rise ...
The haunting Somme battlefield is our destination today, while travelling to our first stop, Ian told us the story of The Battle of the Somme, also we watched a documentary. We began with a stop at the Historical Museum at Peronne, which was vey interesting. We passed through Albert where the Basilica of the Virgin Mary and her child, also known as the 'Golden Virgin', was hit by a German shell. Then we visited the largest British Mine ...