Hotel Restaurant Le Quai

25-27 Quai De Londres, Verdun, Lorraine, 55100, France | Hotel
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End of the Wine Route

A travel blog entry by maestromonika


Today we finished the rest of the Wine Route. We just drove all the way up to the north gateway at Marlenheim and stopped briefly at Barr and Molsheim. We read that Molsheim is the birthplace of Bugatti but unfortunately the museum was closed today – everything seems to be closed on Mondays. Even the restaurant at the second campsite that we found on the way ...

Verdun and Strange Working Hours

A travel blog entry by royle


Once again extremely hot as we tour this part of France, today we visited Verdun but were too late to see the actual trenches of the Somme as the museum closed at lunchtime, very strange, but it is France.

We had a pleasant stroll through the town and finished off with a late lunch prior to setting off on our travels once more.


Town with former glory but with big potential

A travel blog entry by issywiz


... with the rest overgrown with weeds. To exit the platform we were directed round the outside of the station buildings as though they are not in use.

We walked up into the town to an impressive square, (cut through by a main trunk road) on one side was the impressive town hall flanked by what had been an important bank and 2 other buildings all with the interesting structure of layers of stone and bricks. Round the corner from the bank (we were not sure if ...

Verdun - Scene of Bitter WWI Battle

A travel blog entry by jimnkim_europe


After leaving Metz, we headed for Paris, stopping off to visit Verdun, the scene of the First World War Battle of Verdun between France and Germany. This battle is considered the greatest and lengthiest in world history. Never before or since has there been such a lengthy battle, involving so many men, situated on such a tiny piece of land. The battle, which lasted from 21 February 1916 until 19 December 1916 caused ...


A travel blog entry by megs-anoop


... to the village of Fleury is marked with the street names and the places where shops and houses used to stand. We then made our way to the Tranchée des Baïonnettes (Trench of Bayonets) where a memorial marks the spot where approximately 50 French soldiers were buried alive. They were waiting in the trenches for the command to attack, bayonets poised upwards to the skies, when German shells exploded around them and buried them in layers of mud. They ...


This hotel, located on 25-27 Quai De Londres, Verdun, is near Verdun Battlefield, Douaumont, Fort de Vaux, and Fleury.
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