Le Clos St Jacques

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

        Day Twenty Three - Not so small a town

        A travel blog entry by hlcombs on Oct 31, 2015

        1 comment, 7 photos

        ... interesting about the hands in this painting (pic 4). I think every person has at least one hand that is held the same way. The artist is apparently really into that particular hand gesture. And finally (pic 5) you have a scene which I think is supposed to depict when Mary washed Jesus’ feet. I just thought it was a bit different to have a couple of dogs there chewing on a bone.

        One thing this museum had that I thought was really ...

        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 ...


        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 ...

        Zoom zoom to vim vims!

        A travel blog entry by europels on Jul 11, 2013

        10 photos

        Today was absolutely exhausting but amazing nonetheless! We started our day off with our breakfast, which was provided by the hostel. In true French form, we were offered tea, coffee, cereal, juice, and of course, a vast selection of baguettes. We enjoyed and headed out to catch our train to Arras. The train station in Lille was interesting. We easily found where we needed to be, but could not by pass the french gypsy's that were loitering and asking ...

        A Proud Moment

        A travel blog entry by laurelfisher on Sep 26, 2012


        ... four people, none of whom knew the answer. I slowly raised my hand, and she called on me. When I said the answer, everyone in my class gasped. My teacher smiled and said très bien, Laurel. I had the biggest smile on my face. After class, all my friends asked me how I knew the answer. I said that I remembered it, and they were shocked that I understood anything she taught us at ...