La Meunerie

Address: 174 rue des Pierres, Téteghem, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 59229, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 174 rue des Pierres, Téteghem.
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        Travel Blogs from Téteghem

        The Ferry Port

        A travel blog entry by kennyandmaureen on Nov 03, 2015

        Should be 80 miles to the first stop at Abbeville...more to follow
        Passed through Calais with no problems at all, the 'fence' is now complete seperating the 'jungle' from the road, it was fairly quiet to say it was 9 in the morning. After a good drive down the local roads we arrived at our first site in Abbeville after 88 miles. First foreign leg done. ...

        Day 4... Our last day, and the journey home.

        A travel blog entry by ladynewbury on Oct 28, 2015

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        ... and we could see the camp and hundreds of tents. Finally we were on our ferry, after taking ages in the check-in queue. The ferry was only half full, and we were able to get a seat by the window at the front, to relax and watch, as the White Cliffs of Dover and home got forever closer. 4pm English time, we start the long drive back to Pennine way...we've had another great time in France which never fails to make us ...

        Back to Bennie

        A travel blog entry by djreed on Apr 24, 2015

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        ... the Nazis. We visited our first DDay museum here. It was very well done and had a replica of the old
        Pegasus bridge on site as well as one of the gliders.

        We then walked around the corner to a restaurant which was the first house where the people were rescued from the Nazis. It was decorated with pictures of the family and had some outdoor seating with a good view of the bridge. We ...

        Monuments, battlefields and cemetaries

        A travel blog entry by howardstein on Jun 14, 2014

        ... Brooding Soldier' that appears on our paper money. So beautiful and in a beautiful park. This is where the Germans used gas warfare for the first time and thousands were killed immediately. We saw the German cemetery where there are many graves with multiple known and unknown soldiers, and a mass grave about 15 x 15 metres that has over 25000 bodies in it of which 30% are unknown. We went to hill ...

        Saturday 3 August

        A travel blog entry by nashira2116 on Aug 03, 2013

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        ... street and we were close enough to the club for Peter to bring the key to us. So we got home eventually! We then packed our suitcases and tidied up the boys gear ready for their sailing stuff to go in. We will be bringing the 6 sails home in our luggage too. It's the easiest way to do it from this end as most of us leave on Sunday so we cannot organise for some one else to pack and send. This is ...