Hotel Les Paturelles

Address: 40 Route D'Etroeungt, Avesnelles, Nord, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 59440, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 40 Route D'Etroeungt, Avesnelles, is near Avesnes sur Helpe and Moulin Delmotte.
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    Travel Blogs from Avesnelles

    Somme WWI Battlefields

    A travel blog entry by hammondsencore on Jul 09, 2015

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... and destabilize the German troops. By and large, it didn’t work.


    On July 1, they blew 17 sets of high explosives they had placed in tunnels under key German positions. Then they attacked. 58,000 British, Scots, Irish, Canadian, New Foundland, and other Commonwealth troops feel that day, including 20,000 killed.


    They fought on the Somme for 4 and half months. At the end, the British had gained on average of about ...

    CREVECOUER SUR L’ESCAUT to LUGNY, France

    A travel blog entry by tgv1959 on Jun 10, 2015

    4 comments, 8 photos

    Route.
    Rejoin A26 at J9. Stay on A26 to TROYES, go right onto A5 and off at J21. Follow D444 to CHAOURCE and TONNERRE. To MONTBARD and BEAUNE, CHALON SUR-SAONE. Take D906 past TOURNUS and turn right for LUGNY

    Le Clos Di Grand Bois, LUGNY 71260

    Anthony Lafarge

    Bonjour from a sunny Northern France!
    I have had a good sleep in a very comfortable bed and am raring to ...

    Speleology (exploring caves) and garden wandering

    A travel blog entry by amy.larkin on May 13, 2015

    4 photos

    ... army led by the Duke of Wellington with the assistance from the Prussians led by Blücher. Napoleon had recently returned to power in France and he wanted to ensure that the allies (who really didn’t like Napoleon) didn’t invade France... so he decided to attack their armies in hope that he could prevent this invasion. The battle took place on the 18th June and lasted only that day and resulted in over 20 000 of Wellingtons and Blüchers soldiers dead or injured, ...

    All the Versaillesights we've seen

    A travel blog entry by rileyloris_trip on Aug 28, 2014

    21 photos

    I can't even begin to describe how amazing seeing Versailles was for me, it honestly brought a tear to my eye to realize that I was crossing off something I have had on my bucket list since I was a nerdy grade 8 kid. The grandeur of the place was actually breathtaking, all of the paintings and sculptures, the gardens, and especially the history of everything. It was almost hard to be consciously aware that this place was ...

    Romeries to Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by trappitts on Aug 25, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... quiet while we looked. Have to mention that on our travels we have been amazed at the huge tractors that hurtle up the very narrow roads, some of which seem to be housed in the very small villages which would probably suggest their farms are just as big as their tractors!! From there we moved on to Carriere Wellington, a WW1 battle site and where the tunnels that the Kiwis dug were rediscovered in 1996. The tour took you underground to see ...