Hotel Balladins Amiens/Longueau Confort

ZAC de l'Arc de Longueau, Longueau, Picardy, 80330 , France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on ZAC de l'Arc de Longueau, Longueau, is near Cathedrale Notre-Dame d'Amiens, St-Leu, Maison de Jules Verne, and Musee de Picardie.
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    Travel Blogs from Longueau

    Two Days in the countryside

    A travel blog entry by the_lintons on Oct 02, 2014

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    We hired a car for this part of our trip. We were really keen to see the Western front where both of our grandfathers had served in WW1. Equally we wanted to visit Monet's gardens at Giverny where he composed many of his paintings and his water lily series in particular.
    We invited along a friend to be our guide and it was a very shaky start where at times we felt she was thwarting our ...

    Day Four

    A travel blog entry by jamestug on Sep 22, 2014

    25 photos

    Another early morning with a better breakfast which was fine. . We drove about 5 minutes to La Grande Mine, a famous, really really massive crater that was created by the British by undermining the ground and laying it with explosives. It was really big. There was a grave a meter off the path that was located where a body was found, found in 1998. That means the body sat just a meter of the path for 60 years... The crater wasn't even taken by the British ...

    Amiens 2

    A travel blog entry by alhngjh on Sep 14, 2014

    3 comments

    ... from what was then an independent country , there are preserved trenches at the site which give you an idea of the proximity of the two lines across no mans land , the whole thing was sheer madness, with wholesale slaughter only 60 or so attending roll call the next day with 1300 dead on the battle field . On a lighter note we had the local specialty ficelle as an entrée with another entree of chèvre but then could not face more food crashed at ...

    The Battlefields!

    A travel blog entry by caeneden on Sep 10, 2014

    2 comments, 22 photos

    ... 17 lots of explosives in underground tunnels to try to create confusion amongst the Germans as they advanced. This crater is ENORMOUS. The photos do not do it justice. While we were there, there were 2 volunteers, a lady and a man, screwing small brass plaques into the wooden walkway circling the crater. Each plaque had been ordered by a relative who wanted someone remembered. Not necessarily someone who had died in the war, but people who had fought for those years and ...

    Day 11 - Villers-Bretonneux

    A travel blog entry by eab2014 on Jun 28, 2014

    ... lubrication), but I crashed into bed. ------ "You came from Australia to discover Paris, Champagne, Belgium and Picardy. "You came to share our passion for brass music. "You came to share French and Australian friendship which has endured over a century. "You honoured the French Unknown Soldier in Paris. "You honoured the memory of the 54,896 British soldiers and other countries of the Commonwealth, who died up to August 15, 1917 in Ypres. ...