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... the way. The church, like the town, was rebuilt after WWI, and has a new gilded statue of Virgin and Child on the top.
After lunch we drove into the countryside along the Circuit of Remembrance and stopped at Pozieres, which is an Australian Memorial and Cemetery. Australians attacked and eventually took the completely destroyed village of Pozieres on July 23rd. The cemetery contains 2700 graves and the surrounding stone walls hold the names ...
On the 13th of June we turned off the Canal du Nord onto the Somme canal/river. It is the first time since we left Reims that we have not been sharing the waterways with large and larger commercial boats. It is something of a relief to be back in calmer, quieter waters, but I thought it might be interesting to share a little about what life is like on the big commercials territory.
The canals of France (and Netherlands and Belgium and Germany) ...
... stairs there is a lovely view of the rolling countryside. it is hard to imagine it as a war zone.
Le Hamel is the site of a successful battle meticulously planned by General Monash and all over and won in 93 minutes. There were lots of red poppies growing as weeds along the roads.
Then a quick stop at Lochnagar Crater- a huge hole from a mine that the British forces placed near the German line by a tunnel.The ...
So at the beginning of the year, my teacher asked me if I wanted to be a part of the theatre club, and I agreed. I never got any lines, but I got to play the role of a gendarme, which is kind of like a cross between the police and the military. The weeks leading up to the show were hard, and no one ever seemed ready in rehearsal. But the dress ...
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 ...
Other places to stay in St-Quentin
14 place de la Basilique, St-Quentin | Hotelfrom $71
Rue Antoine Parmentier Zac De La Vallee, St-Quentin | Hotelfrom $50
42 Rue Emile Zola, St-Quentin | 2 star hotelfrom $64
Avenue Archimede Za Du Bois De La Chocque, St-Quentin | Hotelfrom $51
ZONE COMMERCIAL, St-Quentin | Hotelfrom $50
6 rue Dachery , St-Quentin | 4 star hotelfrom $126
8 rue de la Comedie, St-Quentin | Hotelfrom $80
Route Nationale 44, St-Quentin | Hotelfrom $63
ZAC de la Vallee, St-Quentin | Hotelfrom $52
ZAC de la Vallee Rue Charles - Naudin , St-Quentin | Hotelfrom $80
84 rue Michelet, St-Quentin | Hotelfrom $47