Hotel de la Basilique
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of Hotel de la Basilique
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel de la Basilique Albert
Travel Blogs from Albert
... m getting the hang of the traveling thing. I do wish I’d given myself more time rather than jumping from place to place so much but it’s so hard to say no to going everywhere….
I do really hate buses though. They’re horrible nasty things that never give you enough info to get you where you need to go. I missed the one I meant to get today but I did get to see a lot of Amiens from the pavement up. It’s a really pretty ...
... it, leaving the obvious motorway route, to plunge us through city centres. Even stranger when we ignore it and take the more obvious route, when it recalculates it estimates that our route is shorter and quicker. So if you have a Garmin don't trust it since the last update, there is something amiss.
Arriving Arras we went to one of the out of town supermarkets to stock up on French produce, local ...
... Villers-Bretonneux, in the Somme department of France. The memorial lists 10,773 names of soldiers of the Australian Imperial Force with no known grave who were killed between 1916, when Australian forces arrived in France and Belgium, and the end of the war. The location was chosen to commemorate the role played by Australian soldiers in the Second Battle of Villers-Bretonneux. The memorial also serves as the ...
... 72,000 French and British soldiers were killed or missing in action. There was a lot of scaffolding here as they ready the Memorial for the 100 year anniversary of this battle next year. Our final stop today was at Beaumont-Hamel the New Foundland Museum and saw the Australian Corps Memorial where one of the Australian Imperial Force's swiftest victories was achieved on 4th July, Tuesday and we stopped at ...
... of a church. It's a very famous statue of Mary holding Jesus which when the town was completely bombed in WW1 and the church came down the statue fell horizontally and stayed like that not falling down completely till 1918. The whole town had to be re-built & the church was rebuilt as an exact replica including the statue as the original: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albert, _Somme We bought a sandwich on the way in (more like half a baguette!) and ate it with ...