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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    A travel blog entry by glenda56 on Jun 10, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... the lives of the soldiers from the "colonies". Yet here in Belgium, the Australian and New Zealand troops were held in high esteem by the locals, who now honour their sacrifice by tending and maintaining the cemeteries and monuments. Monash, Penny would be pleased to know, is a much decorated and revered General, whose engineering and practical knowledge gave the Australians at least a fighting chance. We stayed in Ypres ...

    Arleux, France to Tournai, Belgium

    A travel blog entry by kerney on Jun 08, 2015

    15 photos

    ... in a herb sauce with mashed potatoes and salad, dessert was almond/orange cake - superb as usual. We arrived in Tournai just as we were about to sit down for dinner, afterwards we went to bed early, pretty tired from riding against the wind for most of the day. The next morning we spent an hour in the village centre, checked our the Notre Dame cathedral, bought pastries from a cute ...


    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 ...

    Back into the trenches

    A travel blog entry by word-a-day on Jun 22, 2013

    13 photos

    ... Rue Nouvelle Zelande/Aotearoa". There was also a ”Maison du Waikato”. It is also where the All Blacks went on their end of season tour in 2000 to learn about New Zealand’s role in WW1.

    We ended up driving to Arras in preparation for another big day of WW1 sightseeing.

    Word for 17/6: great-great

    With just a bit of washing to get through, we got up early to beat the crowds – not that ...

    In Flanders Field

    A travel blog entry by peter_cheryl19 on Dec 04, 2012

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... entry. Some good displays but not a highlight of the day. Walked down the road and paid a donation entry into an open air museum of some bomb craters. I found this more interesting than the nearby museum. At times we were in 'no man's land' and we read this piece of land had been fought over and changed hands many times during the war. Once outside we could look down the road to Hell Fire Corner and realised that tens of thousands of men had lost their ...