Logis Le 1748

9, rue de Conde, Aisonville-et-Bernoville, Aisne, Picardy, 02110, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Downtown area of Aisonville-et-Bernoville.
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Travel Blogs from Aisonville-et-Bernoville

N U T S.......

A travel blog entry by tyamkovy on Sep 01, 2014

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... it. Well one morning a group of german engineers snuck up..crawled in a hole and took all inside prisoner...without a shot....When word got out...Bell towers across Germany rang out.....it was that important.
It is something to see...it is probably on ground that was the most bombarded in history and it showed it...huge craters everywhere...but all grassy now. Not many folks around....so I went in and got an audio guide...cool...its an iPod geared ...

3rd day in amsterdam

A travel blog entry by bridiebridie86 on Aug 26, 2014

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... s and tarts for 4.5e. We decided to go to a coffee shop to kill some time. Came out a bit hazy so went to a pub and had some strawberry beer to sober up :) Went to a really ****** Italian place for dinner, the best thing was the bread. Everything was really salty. Went to a convienance store and bought stroopwafels which are amazing, some choc waffles which were average and some random euro choc bars. Definately overloaded on ...

ExplorinNorth-Eastern France

A travel blog entry by colgaz on Aug 17, 2014

2 comments, 14 photos

... the old bridge. After the break,.. onward to Verdun. We knew little of the history of Verdun save it was heavily featured in stories I have seen of the Great War in France. We headed to the Office of Tourism and found that most of the 'featured history' of the region does focus on WW 1 and the campaigns around Verdun. The underground citadel, a series of large tunnels dug from the hillside just out of the centre of the town, served as a headquarters for the area for the ...

Day 1

A travel blog entry by bronbram on Aug 14, 2014

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... quite bizarre huge fake beach set up in the middle of it. We ate at a great restaurant on the square where the staff were very friendly, food was delicious and Fin had the customary crepes. We had to run back to the hotel as it's pouring down but so far so ...

Canal closure, diversion and frustrations!

A travel blog entry by issywiz on Jul 25, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... not turn on to the St Quentin canal, but we had informed them yesterday which way we were going, so thought nothing more about it. About 1 mile down the canal he came after us tooting his horn again to attract our attention and then called something, so we stopped and went over to him, all he would say was "ecluse ferme" and to go St Quentin canal. We ran aground turning round but did get off again after a few minutes, (carrying out our practised drill!) ...