Logis Le Saint Eloi
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Logis Le Saint Eloi
TripAdvisor Reviews Logis Le Saint Eloi Noyon
Travel Blogs from Noyon
... plain, has always held strategic importance. In the time of Julius Caesar there was a Gallic village named Bibrax where the Remis (inhabitants of the country round Reims) had to meet the onset of the confederated Belgae. Whatever may have been the precise locality of that battlefield, Laon was fortified by the Romans, and successively checked the invasions of the Franks, Burgundians, Vandals, Alans and Huns. It was incredible as the coach ...
... and they had the big guns. A big generator driven water-blaster, wash brush, hose, soapy water. We were set and the beast got the birthday from hell. What a great bonus and we enjoyed making it all shiny again as it hadn't had a birthday for awhile. So everything worked out fine and tomorrow we head to Calais on our last leg of our journey in our camper and we shall see if this chap we have been dealing with is genuine or we are just mugs. I hope not but who ...
... a high fence across an airfield! Looks like it's been there forever so don't know why the GPS doesn't recognise it, couldn't face going back so we follow the fence along a rough grass track till we got to the entrance to the small airport and then to a roundabout onto a proper road. Up to the high Somme and as we cross over the river there's a small tourist railway on our right but onward towards to Bray sur Somme where there are signs everywhere for WW1 ...
... there !!
I let you connected here, i will try to put some pictures and good stories :)
Please give some news!! Pictures are coming soon !
En Français en traduction Google, ça donne ça:
Gars bien, je vous tous espèrent ok partout dans le monde ?!
Tout d'abord , je voudrais que vous pour mettre cette chanson dans la stéréo et laissez-vous aller . GO! :)
Temps en France touche à sa fin , une fois de ...
... of amazing 3D viewers with graphic pictures from the war on French soil.... These were both incredibly informative and disturbing. After we rode through more glorious forest roads to some tiny villages, and the change in architecture was noticeable as the beautiful stone houses had been destroyed and replaced with nice homes, but not of the same unique character. We saw a couple more lovely churches, which had been reconstructed from the ...