La Terrasse

36, terrasse St Pierre, Douai, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 59500, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 36, terrasse St Pierre, Douai, is near Centre Historique Minier and Le Terroir.
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    Travel Blogs from Douai

    Getting out of Calais, eventually!!

    A travel blog entry by kev-buxton on Sep 07, 2014

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    ... and no sign of Gilly. So I returned to the hotel car park to see that he had gone. We thought that he might wait down the road for us. But on the 10 minute ride to the ferry terminal there was no sign of him. When we reached passport control we stopped and contacted him. He had gone through and was waiting for us near the ticket booth.

    After giving him a round of 'proverbial's', we continued through the ticket booths. We obviously picked ...

    Day 24

    A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Aug 24, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... the town and parked until it had finished. As we walked around the town we came across an outdoor museum of a Roman town. It was probably a similar size to Vindalander in Northumberland( if you haven't been it's well worth a visit ). We returned to the Aires and parked up. There were a couple of Brits already parked who were very interested in a. Logan, b.Dreamcatcher c. our planned ...

    Escape from England: Tuesday 12th August

    A travel blog entry by dawidstowe on Aug 13, 2014

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    We had completed 279 miles from home to Arras, in France. Sixty nine miles from Calais to Arras was the most enjoyable, with spacious motorways cutting through farming fields during the harvest season.
    I had always dreaded the challenges of riding on the M1, and in particular M25 back in the UK, but that was behind us when we rolled out of the Eurotunnel with such ...

    Vimy Ridge

    A travel blog entry by onourway on Aug 29, 2013

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... over most of the area. We were assured no sheep has ever been harmed on shift at Vimy.

    Some of the trenches have been restored to allow visitors to experience them. They are about two feet less deep than they were during wartime, they've been widened to accommodate groups and the mud ground has been replaced with concrete. The walls are now lined with rounded concrete blocks representing the sandbags that would have intermittently ...

    Family History in WW1

    A travel blog entry by lynnkonieczko on Jun 28, 2013

    5 photos

    ... for whom this was their first main taste of intense front line action, another being the apparent leak of intelligence as the Germans appeared to be expecting that attack and yet another being the use of smoke to cover their attack. A change of wind direction meant that the smoke then billowed back towards the British front line and many of the men were disorientated by it and ran straight into enemy fire.

    The losses to the Royal Sussex Regiment were huge but ...