Hotel De France

37 Rue De Lille, Cambrai, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 59400, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 37 Rue De Lille, Cambrai.
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A travel blog entry by nickandmaryjane on Oct 09, 2014

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... Old Hall) and built (the New Hall) by Bess Hardwick, during Liz I’s era.

Lyme Park was gained by the actions of Sir Thomas Danyers at Cressy in the 14th Century when, after the Black Prince lost his Standard, Sir Thomas Danyers rode off to reclaim the Standard. He managed to do this by cutting off the hand of the French soldier and returned the Standard, with the hand still attached! I’m sure you won’t be surprised ...

Two Days in the countryside

A travel blog entry by the_lintons on Oct 02, 2014

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... in America!
Giverny was outstanding. Jude is a great fan of Monet so to be in the garden where he painted was a privilege. While we didnt get to see the gardens in full bloom there was enough to make a lasting impression. Having been there you can understand why he found little need to leave Giverny.
From there we quickly drove north to the Somme to see the war graves and Museums. We ...

Day Four

A travel blog entry by jamestug on Sep 22, 2014

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... entire thing was rather pointless really.

The Somme is so flat and open, it is abundantly clear why trenches were needed as there is no other cover. Amazing to think what happened there during the war. I wasn't sure what I expected it to look like, but when I hopped off the bus, I just knew that it was the Somme.

We then drove to the Australian war memorial at Villers Bretonneux. Only the Australian's go there as we met all the ...

Back into the trenches

A travel blog entry by word-a-day on Jun 22, 2013

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... became air raid shelters for the townspeople of Albert during WW2. The tunnels are 10m underground and it was bloody cold. This was a great museum to get an overall history of WW1. The Somme is an area where a lot of New Zealand soldiers died (including my great-great grandfather, but more on that later). The walk through the trenches really gave you a sense of the horrific conditions these soldiers faced, no wonder so many died from disease. ...

Day 4 - Vimy Ridge

A travel blog entry by cwhiteside on Mar 24, 2013

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... photographs and experiment with settings on my camera. Despite the breezy and cold conditions (again it is a different cold than Canada - damp and biting instead of dry and paralyzing) I remained outside for the duration of the cruise. Tyler watched the first portion outside before she and her friends retired to the lower level. From the river I took night pictures of the Grand Palais, The Louvre, Ile de la Cite, Hotel de Ville, etc. The cruise was an hour long and afforded ...