Hotel Les Trois Luppars

Address: 49 Grand Place, Arras, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 62000, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 49 Grand Place, Arras, is near Vimy Memorial.
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    Travel Blogs from Arras

    Somme WWI Battlefields

    A travel blog entry by hammondsencore on Jul 09, 2015

    1 comment, 17 photos

    In 2016, in WWI, the English and other Commonwealth nations were lined up facing the Germans in trenches along a large stretch of countryside on the heights above the Somme Valley. The English, trying once again to break the static deadlock of trench warfare, planned an offensive. They began artillery shelling on June 24th. They bombed continuously for days, seeking to eliminate the barbed wire between the German and English positions, and to damage the ...

    Dancing with the big guys and then the bigger guys

    A travel blog entry by hammondsencore on Jun 19, 2015

    12 photos

    ... up or down stopped for gas. We rocked and rolled a lot in their wash all the time we were in Compiegne.


    A couple of times we had to get out on the river and drive for a period of time to generate hot water (our solar cells generate electricity but not hot water, that comes from excess engine heat or plugged in to shore power electricity). One time we were coming back down the river from Longueil- Annel towards Compiegne, at the junction of ...

    Defeat and victory in the battlefields of France

    A travel blog entry by sharpeworth on May 14, 2015

    16 photos

    ... man's-land. You clearly come to understand how the Germans (in a defensive position) had the upper hand and greater protection for their communication and reserve trenches. Beaumont-Hamel tells a tale of woe (largely impart to some poorly timed explosions (subterranean mines) among other things); and while I was familiar with "the danger tree," seeing how close its petrified remains were to the trenches those boys from Newfoundland poured out of, was quite ...

    Getting out of Calais, eventually!!

    A travel blog entry by kev-buxton on Sep 07, 2014

    3 photos

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    After this we called in at Vimy Ridge, the Canadian War Memorial to the 11,285 Canadian Soldiers that lost their lives in the First World War. The actual monument is built from a form of Limestone and took 11 years to construct. It is magnificent and a fitting memorial to all those brave men.

    After this we made our way to Arras and our hotel for the night which was a Formule 1 Hotel. It was located about 2 miles south-east of ...

    Arras - Day 1

    A travel blog entry by t.bird on Aug 10, 2014

    4 photos

    ... t cater to DAT's (Dumb Aussie Tourists) They had quite an interesting display on the first world war, but I only got to see a small part of it before they closed the door and turned off the lights, literally. I'm standing in this corridor reading about the British base camp, when they closed the entry, two minutes later the lights went out, leaving me and about 10 other tourists in the dark. We all wander around the corridor (it was a big U shape) back into the entry hall of ...