Hotel D'Angleterre

Address: 7 Place Foch, Arras, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 62000, France | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on 7 Place Foch, Arras.
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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

... positions. At the end of the day, 20,000 were dead and 40,000 were injured or captured.


Thiepval is a large memorial and a cemetery. The ceremony there was attended by large numbers of military men in a variety of uniforms. We identified British land and air, Australian, Welsh, French and a few others we couldn’t figure out. There was a fine regimental band. The ceremony was very formal, rather Church of England, spoken quite properly ...

Dancing with the big guys and then the bigger guys

A travel blog entry by hammondsencore on Jun 19, 2015

12 photos

... built to carry freight carrying barges. In the south and middle part of France, the freight carrying role ended sometime after WWI, and most of the canals there are used for pleasure craft. The big rivers, like the Soane and Rhone still carry commercial traffic.


In the north, on the canals that come in from the English Channel, and the ones that go from the Netherlands and Germany into France, there is still a serious amount of ...

Fromelles and Arras

A travel blog entry by kengill52 on May 07, 2015

7 photos

... got us on the road pretty quickly. So quick that we left one couple behind as we headed off for a visit to the Arras tunnels. Ah, the fun of group travel. We had not been to the Arras tunnels before, and nor, I must admit, had I heard of them and their part in the battle for Arras. The tunnels were an expansion of medieval underground lime stone quarries. Apparently, despite the length of their occupation, the Germans did not know of ...

Arras - Day 2 - Fromelles

A travel blog entry by t.bird on Aug 11, 2014

3 comments, 7 photos

... A third brother, James, had also fought at Fromelles but had been injured. What a horrible tragedy for one family. The last two exhibits broke my heart. The first was the ID tag of a soldier. The tag was found by the germans and forwarded to the British army. The army returned it to the family with a letter, that was also on display. The letter, or note really, was so cold. Essentially, we have this piece of Private Creswells personal effects, if we find anymore, we'll ...

Vimy Ridge & Paris

A travel blog entry by greg.wedman on Jul 08, 2014

6 photos

... our time was limited, this was something that I really wanted to do. Luckily, the students who worked at the visitors centre let us store the luggage behind their counter, allowing us to visit the site without hauling our luggage around. We did a tour at the visitor's centre and it was very informational. It was amazing to see how cratered the ground was and you could still see where the trenches had been. At one point, ...