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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    Somme WWI Battlefields

    A travel blog entry by hammondsencore on Jul 09, 2015

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... ordinance.

    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 ...

    Dancing with the big guys and then the bigger guys

    A travel blog entry by hammondsencore on Jun 19, 2015

    12 photos

    ... that was about the end of sleep for us that morning. By 7 AM, the two sets of double barges were out in the canal waiting for the VNF folks to show and open the lock. When the lock opened at a little before 7:30, the tourist excursion boat actually pulled out and went through the lock first, followed on the next cycle by Farewell-FarAway. Then it turned out that Syl Jo wanted to park, so - we sat on Encore and watched while the driver of this enormous ...


    A travel blog entry by sorialsights on Jun 15, 2015

    2 comments, 20 photos

    ... off but overall the battle was a massive defeat for the British.
    We arrived at our Le Clos du Clocher at 730pm after delays behind a harvester that hogged the road and three different road diversions .
    Lovely accommodation with dinner provided. After dinner Rami and I walked down to the Grass Lane Memorial for the AIF and were the only ones present to enjoy the dusk and setting sun. Beautiful and peaceful end to the ...


    A travel blog entry by gjfsewell on May 24, 2014

    2 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Memorials of the Somme

    A travel blog entry by megs-anoop on Mar 31, 2013

    1 comment, 29 photos

    ... to this, the Germans had the advantage since they were on higher ground. The trenches quickly clogged up with the wounded and dead. The Newfoundland Regiment noticed the clogged trenches but had no choice but to keep going – the order to stop the attack was not given. Since they were not in direct line of sight of the Germans, they climbed out of the trenches and towards the hill where the Caribou (the emblem of the regiment) monument now stands. As ...