France Angleterre

Address: 28 B rue Emile Zola, St-Quentin, Picardy, 02100, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 28 B rue Emile Zola, St-Quentin, is near Ile de Bendor.
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Travel Blogs from St-Quentin

To Le Cateau-Cambresis

A travel blog entry by thereays on Oct 08, 2015

3 comments, 6 photos

... at the thick of it" at that time, there is a military cemetary, to the left of the road, at the entrance to the town. The font of all knowledge, ie Google (not Kathleen, in this instance), tells me, over 500 UK soldiers, from WW1, are buried ...


A travel blog entry by sa.hurley on Sep 29, 2015

8 photos

This morning Fr Tom celebrated mass in one of the side chapel of the cathedral in Reims. After mass we farewelled Reims and journeyed north in the footsteps of De La Salle to Laon. It was here that one of De la Salle's miracles occurred - curing the Brother who was director of the school. The holy district of Laon, which rises a hundred metres above the otherwise flat The holy district of Laon, which rises a hundred metres above the otherwise ...

The Somme

A travel blog entry by alison_cupples on Oct 16, 2013

18 photos

... above it – try and find me!). We then went to the South African Memorial at Delville Wood (which the Allies named Devil’s Wood). A fierce battle between the front lines of British/South African troops vs German troops took place here. There was one lone tree remaining from the original wood after the battle and it is still here now. Quite amazing really when you see the photos of what the area looked like at the time. Our final stop for the day was ...

A drive through some of the Somme WW1 sites

A travel blog entry by gary_13. on Jul 19, 2013

4 comments, 26 photos

... only approximately 10kms was painfully gained by the time the campaign ended on the 16th November. The cost by then was a staggering one million men lost from both sides.

Much criticism has been laid at General Douglas Haigh and General Rawlinson regarding these horrendous losses and the resulting stalemate that lasted two more costly years on the Western Front!

The 1st, 2nd and 4th Australian ...

Pizza cheap plonk and novelty sheep

A travel blog entry by zenadonnie on May 13, 2013

8 photos

Had an emotional unexpected stop as we chanced upon a world war one British military cemetery at seraucourt near our campsite destination. There were almost 1400 graves of mainly unidentified soldiers, with some beautiful and moving inscriptions of identified soldiers from all over Britain most losing their lives aged under 20. Seeing the sheer volume of loss of life in what was only one small part of the great war brings ...

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