Le Clos St Jacques

Address: 9, rue St Jacques, Cambrai, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 59400 , France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 9, rue St Jacques, Cambrai.
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    Travel Blogs from Cambrai

    Lille & Ypres

    A travel blog entry by chrisanddeb on Aug 11, 2015

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    ... just keep coming across more cemeteries. We probably passed 12 or so. Stopped at some for a look. One of these was the famous Hill 60 memorial to Australian tunnellers. Arrive at Ypres and the magnificent Menin Gate memorial with the names of 54,000 lost soldiers from all Allied countries. Very very imposing. A visit to the Flanders Fields museum and drive 8 k out of town to the Tyne Cot cemetery which is the biggest in the world including 1300 Australians. There ...

    The UK Begins

    A travel blog entry by budz888 on Jul 25, 2015

    1 comment, 26 photos

    ... 160; Even James has met this bloke. Sxlosilo from Korea.   This bloke you might know from my Slovakia blog - if I ever got that far with it.   Two Australians. The bloke in green is our president in Australia. Though I'd only met him once before - in Viet Nam.   The Australian Association always has a stand. This year it was manned by a couple of new faces. Possibly the new face of Esperanto in Australia! There's hope yet. ...

    Somme WWI Battlefields

    A travel blog entry by hammondsencore on Jul 09, 2015

    1 comment, 17 photos

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    After Lochanger we went into the town of Albert and went to the Museum of the Trenches. During WWII the city fathers of Albert opened up and strengthened the medieval tunnels under the town to serve as bomb shelters for the people. After the war, they took the longest one, about 250 feet long, and turned it into a WWI museum which focuses on life in the trenches in WWI. It was well done and interesting and underground and ...

    Diana

    A travel blog entry by gjfsewell on May 24, 2014

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    ... the significance of where we are when we come across British Cemeteries from the Great War outside the village. You can just pick up paraphernalia in the fields round about and there are rusting shell cases on Diana's veranda. She had a great uncle who published a memoir of his time here as a macHine gunner. The young Adolf Hitler served here in the German Army. His wounds he received on the Somme were treated at the first aid post in Hermies ...

    Arras

    A travel blog entry by paulpenni on Apr 16, 2013

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    16/04/2013. Arras, a town last visited with J, C, P and P on the motorbikes. The hotel window I had photographed as J lent out whilst brushing his teeth was, unsurprisingly, still there so I took another pic and emailed it off to him. Had coffees and a glass ...