Le Relais de Pincevent

Address: 13/15 Avenue de l'Hippodrome, La Queue-en-Brie, Val-de-Marne, Ile-de-France, 94510, France | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 13/15 Avenue de l'Hippodrome, La Queue-en-Brie, is near Wazemmes Market (Marche de Wazemmes), Harmonie Nature, 14h38, un Dimanche, and Barbe.
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Travel Blogs from La Queue-en-Brie

Lille & Ypres

A travel blog entry by chrisanddeb on Aug 11, 2015

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... of headstones for hundreds of meters. Back into Ypres for the nightly Last Post ceremony. 8pm every night for 90 years the locals have conducted this service. We arrive just before 7 and get front row positions. About 2000 people at this service tonight. An amazingly moving ceremony. Back to hotel at 9.30, out for a quick dinner and back to our hotel for bed. We are off to Pozieres tomorrow for 4 days. Unsure of wifi access there so you may not hear from us for a few ...

In Flanders Fields

A travel blog entry by tfsnews on Aug 08, 2015

... at 4:30. We arrived at 4:38. So, whatever. We walked the grounds of this site, which the British thought would be taken quickly and ended up in a stalemate lasting five months. One exhibit that was open was about the communication technology and propaganda of the Great War. We learned that Morse Code was used via radio from airplanes to provide coordinates for mortar launches in addition to many other techniques of communication including a flag alphabet, courier ...

Western Front 100 years on

A travel blog entry by plimmerton on May 24, 2015

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... very compelling and makes for a very sober day.

We visited a number of war cemeteries including Passendale, Tyne-Cot and Nine Elmes, Poperinge where Gayle's Great Uncle David Gallaher is buried, one of three brothers killed in the area. David was Captain of the 1905 All Blacks. Douglas Gallaher is buried at Rue Petillon and Henry was buried where he fell at the attack on Villers-Bretonneux.


At Tyne-Cot we came across a school group ...

Laying down the wine!

A travel blog entry by issywiz on Jul 29, 2014

1 comment, 2 photos

... well as the Hotel de Ville. After shopping we went for a meal at Flunch which seemed to be a popular restaurant in the same complex as the supermarket. John had a steak which he watched being cooked to his satisfaction and Isi had kidneys in white wine, plus as many vegetables as you could get. Isi had a small carafe of wine for €2 and it turned out it was 3 small glasses and plenty for the meal. John had beer for €2. The whole meal including ...

A History Lesson

A travel blog entry by thetravelmoores on May 18, 2014

1 comment, 26 photos

... t want to admire the architecture, paintings and stained glass windows. Onward to the Cathedral, calling in at the Tourist Office on the way to pick up some leaflets and then the Menin Gate which was the main reason for visiting Ypres. It was very impressive and also a bit emotional seeing all the names engraved on the walls of soldiers who died in Belgium during World War 1. Back down in the town we found a café so sat out with cold drinks for a while and watched the world go ...