Ibis Amiens Centre Cathedrale

Address: 4 rue du Marechal de Lattre de Tassigny, Amiens, Picardy, 80000, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 4 rue du Marechal de Lattre de Tassigny, 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


    A travel blog entry by glenda56 on Jun 11, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

    We were awake early once again and therefore caught the 7.02 train to Amiens. John assembled the bikes while I went to the station to purchase our tickets. Too early for the ticket office to be opened, I had to trust the automatic ticket vending machines, and my rudimentary French to get us the right tickets. Fortunately after a couple of false starts, and some reassurance from the man in the information booth, we had bought the right ones. We were a little worried about how ...

    Peronne, rest day and on to Arleux

    A travel blog entry by kerney on Jun 06, 2015

    9 photos

    ... made us welcome and showed us around the garlic business, their yard and sheds were a collection of artefacts, animals and farm equipment. We went to the canal to meet the boat, and drink a beer, only to find out after 45 mins that the barge had not got very far along the canal due to traffic in the locks so we would have to ride back to meet them - it turned out to be another 17kms, but a least the sun was shining and the wind was behind ...

    Noyon to Peronne

    A travel blog entry by kerney on Jun 05, 2015

    10 photos

    ... round bales. Around 4pm we visited a British memorial cemetery at Brie to many soldiers killed in WW1, and earlier passed another century of simple crosses, I did not get to see who was buried there as the group kept riding. After we went through Brie we realised Chris was missing and stopped to wait for him, in the meantime a huge storm was building and when we finally set off again we eventually got caught in the storm and had to shelter from ...

    Chimay Monastery & Vimy Memorial

    A travel blog entry by abaker5 on May 16, 2015

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... it was finished in 1936 it looked so clean and current. Later we read that the construction materials were not a good long term choice and it was overhauled in 2007 when the walls with he names of soldiers who had died were replaced. We did the tour of the tunnels and trenches used during the war. There were a couple of things that were surprising. The first is the time and effort the soldiers took to dig the tunnels, definitely not ...

    Sombre Somme

    A travel blog entry by mfhshistory on Jan 14, 2015

    7 comments, 65 photos

    ... during the war. They were required to capture and hold Pozieres, located on a ridge in a commanding strategic position. They were able to take the town, however on 22/23 July they were subject to German counter attacks and bombing, many of the soldiers were killed and were finally relieved by a reserve army on 7th August. It is during these battles that Australia (apart from Gallipoli) would play a major role in stopping the Germans, allowing for the final offensive which ...