Hotel Quick Palace Amiens

Address: 10 rue Indes Noires, Glisy, Picardy, 80440 , France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 10 rue Indes Noires, Glisy, is near Cathedrale Notre-Dame d'Amiens, St-Leu, Maison de Jules Verne, and Musee de Picardie.
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    A travel blog entry by glenda56 on Jun 11, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... Of all the Australian lives lost in the First World War, and despite the incredible losses at Gallipoli, three quarters were killed on the Western Front. We climbed to the top of the monument and the views of the country side were magnificent. We then continued onto the village of Villers Bretonneux, where we visited the Victorian school, completely demolished in the war, but rebuilt entirely with donations from Victorian school children, who gave 2 pennies each, so that ...

    Peronne, rest day and on to Arleux

    A travel blog entry by kerney on Jun 06, 2015

    9 photos

    ... Retuned to the boat to ride out with Albert, Carlos, Mikaela and Bert the Captain as he was on a day off to explore the surrounding countryside - we looked at a another cemetery, this one contained the bodies of only French soldiers and officers from around 1916. We then went to see some remaining trenches at the site of a major offensive above the Somme River. This ride was approximately 40kms and we returned at 5.45 to get ready for ...

    Day 11 - Villers-Bretonneux

    A travel blog entry by eab2014 on Jun 28, 2014

    ... at the evening's concert venue and head to the Franco-Australian museum. I have been to any number of war museums, not least the Australian War Memorial, but to be in a museum in France right at the site of the fighting was a step above. The museum wasn't particularly large but focused in Australia's role in WWI and told the story of some individual soldiers, nurses and other wartime characters. Our afternoon consisted of a ...

    The Somme & Ypres Salient Battlefields

    A travel blog entry by shirleybailey on Jul 09, 2013

    18 photos

    ... because she believed her son had died for a reason; because after all, WW1 was "the war to end all wars", or so the saying went at the time. Shortly before the start of the 2nd World War her last journal entry, written before she took her own life, said she was no longer able to quieten the voices in her head telling her that her sons death had in fact been in vain, and that she couldn't bear to carry on any more.

    We also visited the memorial and cemetery at ...

    Happy Birthday Pierre-Alix and Arnaud!

    A travel blog entry by laurelfisher on Sep 16, 2012

    9 photos

    ... goodbyes and stumbled up to my room, already half asleep by the time I climbed into bed. My conclusion: the French eat too late. And with my current bedtime of 9:00, I was pretty much a zombie for the duration of the evening.
    All in all, it was a very fun night. I got to talk to a bunch of people, and I understood most of the conversations around me. The food was delicious, and everyone seemed to have a good night. That makes it a success. ...