Le Prunellia

Address: 48 avenue de Metz, Verdun, Lorraine, 55100, France | Hotel
 
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Location

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

    First Rainy Day

    A travel blog entry by bobstacytrips on Oct 05, 2014

    33 photos

    ... It soon became a huge traffic jam. When the boat came in a guy told the people to line up behind the arrow, but nobody moved. They were pushing and shoving to get near the entrance. We were getting squished. I kept telling Stacy to move around because she had her back pack on and that would push the people back, but that didn't work. French people don't know how to make a ...

    The road to nowhere

    A travel blog entry by ellenanddale on Sep 24, 2014

    ... on the way through for lunch. We came back at 4pm and still no one was around. We noticed a little note stuck to the door which said in French "open at 730pm". I was pretty frustrated at this, how can you have a hotel with check in time from 4pm in a small town with nothing to do in it and not be back until 730pm!? Dale tried calling the number they had left but they spoke no English at all and hung up on him twice. We resigned ourself to having ...

    Day 30. Second phase onto London

    A travel blog entry by pybus71 on Sep 17, 2014

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... it wasn’t the end of the world.

    The area that we stayed in was interesting as it was the
    site of one of the biggest battles of the 1st World War. There are
    lots of memorials and grave sites where the victims of this battle are buried.
    One of the stats that I remembered was that during this battle some 600 million
    shells were thrown at the allies by the German invaders. Crazy stuff.

    ...

    Le Moulin de Grains at Menil la Horgne

    A travel blog entry by wrightmob on Sep 16, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... them and we shared a lovely moment with him where language was irrelevant! We then went on to Verdun where the horrendous battle occurred in WW1 with hundreds of thousands of deaths, very moving and sensitively commemorated. Arrived in Menil, our next stop, to find that unfortunately we had managed to leave our itinerary file behind in Huy! So we didn't have an address to go to. H of course, oblivious to my panic ...

    Pareid to Le Quesnoy

    A travel blog entry by trappitts on Aug 24, 2014

    4 photos

    ... shows evidence of all the bunkers and trenches. A huge memorial with acres of white crosses, very moving, it brought me to tears. The particular area we visited was on the northern approaches to Verdun and had been turned into a memorial park around Fort Douamont comprising several square kilometres of territory left as it was after WW1, while trees had grown over ...