Premiere Classe Saint Quentin

Address: Rue Antoine Parmentier Zac De La Vallee, St-Quentin, Picardy, 02100, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Rue Antoine Parmentier Zac De La Vallee, St-Quentin, is near Ile de Bendor.
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    Travel Blogs from St-Quentin

    Peronne, rest day and on to Arleux

    A travel blog entry by kerney on Jun 06, 2015

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    ... which means courtyard and it was because a lot of the properties were more like farm yards and built around a central courtyard, also the towns were very quiet, almost deserted. It would appear that there is the same problem in France of keeping the children in the rural areas, as there is little to interest them except for the work on the farm. We were amazed how much of the countryside here is dedicated to crops, not a lot of animals, ...

    Noyon to Peronne

    A travel blog entry by kerney on Jun 05, 2015

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    What a day, 72.6kms, most in beautiful weather but hot - 30-32 degrees, very little wind, we stopped for coffee in Ham, and lunch a bit later under a cherry tree in the back yard of a roadside bar, a rare find, as the bars have been closed in many of the villages, the young people are moving away from the country and no one is left to run them. We travelled across beautiful farmland, there were many farms cutting hay, which some had already ...

    Compiegne to Noyon

    A travel blog entry by kerney on Jun 04, 2015

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    Set off again at 9am and followed along the river Oise then the river Aisne until we came to the site of the Armistice treaty signing - which was buried deep in the forests at the time of the signing, and was to protect the gathering of the worlds leading politicians/leaders from being targeted. The same site was used for both WW1 on 11 November 1918 and was involved in WW2 when Hitler defeated France in 1940. We spent some time in the museum and they had ...

    Day Four of Our Grand Tour

    A travel blog entry by izwhizz on May 30, 2013

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... the ferry and watched the white cliffs gently fade into the misty morning. My mum always says "don't look back". And she is right. Looking back only made me wistful and melancholy. "Stay present!" I sternly told myself. And so to France.
    Belgium in fact. Our first few days of Our Grande European Tour began in soggy Brugges. (I later found out that Brugges struggles to make 20c even in July). Pretty city - great beer and ...

    Oh France - Part Two

    A travel blog entry by trina.manz on Feb 20, 2013

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    ... Division Memorial. It was a very poignant day and I think the bit that hit me the most was that there is 11, 000 Australian soldiers who are still lying on the battle fields somewhere, along with many thousands of other soldiers. Oliver told us that they are constantly removing shrapnel from the fields, they call it an Iron Harvest and that there will be many soldiers who will remain on the fields forever. Just walking around Luke picked up an original piece of German Barbed ...