Le Prunellia

48 avenue de Metz, Verdun, Lorraine, 55100, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Verdun

End of the Wine Route

A travel blog entry by maestromonika


... England at about lunchtime.

Dnes jsme dokoncili zbytek Vinne Cesty. Jeli jsme do konce na severu, kde je brana v Marlenheim a cestou jsme se kratce zastavili v Barr a Molsheim. Cetli jsme, ze v Molsheim je kolebka Bugatti, ale bohuzel muzeum bylo dnes zavreno – vsechno je zavreno v pondeli. Dokonce restaurace v druhem kempu, ktery jsme nasli ...

Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more

A travel blog entry by prendy574


... t many hours later that we cycled past a pharmacy sign helpfully telling us that we were enduring temperatures of 42 degrees. Not ideal!

The above factors seem to amplify the feeling of elation when we ride through the campsite gates each evening. The screaming children and seemingly bored couples get on with their own evening's entertainment while we enjoy a good clean set ...

Verdun and Strange Working Hours

A travel blog entry by royle


Once again extremely hot as we tour this part of France, today we visited Verdun but were too late to see the actual trenches of the Somme as the museum closed at lunchtime, very strange, but it is France.

We had a pleasant stroll through the town and finished off with a late lunch prior to setting off on our travels once more.


Small tunnel and some gardening!

A travel blog entry by issywiz


... We now think that it must have lifted the flag out of its holder. Another thing to put on our shopping list!

It was now very hot and in the 90's, so we were both quite hot, sticky and tired. We both had showers to cool down and feel refreshed, but it was not long before we felt like another one! John had a nap and Isi did the washing and started another book.

Later John found the Capitainerie was open ...

Verdun - let's talk about the War

A travel blog entry by lesleyandbaz


... Battle of Verdun. This was set in a large quarry. It drizzled but nothing stopped the show. There were at least 300 actors supported by amazing sound (translated simultaneously to English via an audio headset) with images projected out to a site that covered at least 2 acres with varying terrain to suit the depiction of the negative effect of war on both the French and German population. It was a brilliant spectacle ...


This hotel, located on 48 avenue de Metz, Verdun, is near Verdun Battlefield, Douaumont, Fort de Vaux, and Fleury.
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