Stars Dreux Hotel
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- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was elected King of the French in 1830 after the “Glorious 3 Days Revolution” which saw Charles X exiled to Italy.
Clovis was the first king of France. Through hundreds of years the name “Clovis” became “Louis”. The “C” was dropped and the “v” became a “u”. The various houses of the kings were the Carpetians, the Valois, ...
... both lived in France and made their livings as guides in the battlefields of Northern France . Julia brought a very balanced perspective to the sites and the battles with her knowledge of both sides to the conflict. Vic was just a walking encyclopaedia who loved his work with a passion. First on our itinerary were visits to the Villers-Bretonneux memorial and then to the town museum at the Victoria school. Neither were a disappointment to ...
... area surrounded by the local farmers crops,with two villages visible on either side villers bretonneux to one side and Corbie to the other. Made our way back to drop off the car and grab another cab back into Amiens. Our cab driver drove us past the Amiens cathedral which is one of the best cathedrals in Europe apparently. He was a lovely cab driver and said he had taken Australians out to VB just last week for the big celebrations. Caught a fast train back to Paris. Jenny and I ...
... know “Lauren has no idea what she’s doing!!”
I parked at Claire’s school and got out with both of the children to see her off for the day. To my surprise when I returned, the car that had parked behind me had left me a good five feet to maneuver out of my spot! I thought to myself, “Poor fool thinks I’m going to ram into her hood if she gets any closer.” And then it occurred to me, ...
... text-size-adjust: auto; ">We climbed the tower of the "Unknown soldiers" and there is an amazing view over the whole grounds and the countryside for miles around, which of course is why it was so strategic in the war.