Hotel Victor Hugo

Address: 2 rue de l'Oratoire, Amiens, Picardy, 80000, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2 rue de l'Oratoire, Amiens, is near Cathedrale Notre-Dame d'Amiens, St-Leu, Maison de Jules Verne, and Musee de Picardie.
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    Travel Blogs from Amiens

    Day Twenty Two - Small City Life

    A travel blog entry by hlcombs on Oct 30, 2015

    13 photos

    ... 1, pic 2) with the largest interior space as well (pic 3). See how small the people are in the pictures. The place is massive! France is causing me to run out of adjectives for "big."

    Anyway, I want to apologize ahead of time for this next photo. It’s kinda gruesome. This cathedral is also where John the Baptists head is (pic 4)… supposedly. Since they “found” it after the Fourth Crusade it makes one wonder… It’s ...

    Battlefields of the Somme

    A travel blog entry by garystephan on Oct 11, 2015

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... everywhere. The French people in all the towns acknowledge what The Commonwealth Countries and America did to liberate them and are forever grateful. Ten millions soldiers were killed or missing during World War 1. We have only two more days left of this part of our holiday. Tomorrow we go to Villers Bretonneux( The town Australia liberated)  where we have a Memorial and where on every Anzac Day we see the service broadcasted. Then we go to ...

    Somme Battlefields

    A travel blog entry by sa.hurley on Sep 30, 2015

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... place which took just 93 minutes. Within this time, German positions were taken, more than 1,600 Germans were made prisoner and a considerable quantity of guns and equipment seized. In many places, however, the fighting was desperate and the AIF suffered more than 1,400 casualties. We were shown where Richthofen (The Red Baron) was shot down and killed near Amiens on 21 April 1918. We then travelled to the Lochnagar ...

    "There Stands The Glass"

    A travel blog entry by jbushie on Jul 31, 2015

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... It's glass is naturally magnificent and there is a plaque commemorating the losses of Australian troops who halted the German advance in the area and largely helped secure Amiens.
    There is a large black and white marble maze section of the floor used by pilgrims unable to travel to Jerusalem, the idea being that you crawl the maze to reach it's inner iconery instead.

    Walking then continues through the shopping precincts ...

    For the Fallen

    A travel blog entry by ricksusan2015 on Jun 22, 2015

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... been for a bomb squad vehicle pass in front of us a short while later.

    Further stops included a New Zealand memorial, a museum at Thiepval with a focus on the significant role of, and cost to, the British at the Battle of the Somme, and finally a unique site at Beaumont-Hamel commemorating the regiment of Newfoundland, Canada. This site was special for two reasons. Firstly, it honoured this small British territory that sent 780 men into battle at this ...