Premiere Classe Saint Quentin

Rue Antoine Parmentier Zac de la Valle, St-Quentin, Picardy, 2100, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from St-Quentin

Péronne and Arras

A travel blog entry by yake

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... Dame de Lorette cemetery. Wow.... It is the largest French military cemetery with 40 000 French men are buried there. All of these soldiers died in the battles of 1914-15. Row after row of crosses - between each cross - red roses. The sight also contains 4 mass graves of thousands of identified soldiers. There is a church and a memorial/commemorative area as ...

La Somme

A travel blog entry by birdie36

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... line trenches only 100metres or so away from where the German trenches were and learnt about the life in the trenches and their systems. Every evening in the Somme we have returned to one of the towns and back to one of the beautiful and incredible churches for a concert. We have visited Amiens, villers ...

SAINT-QUENTIN TO AMIENS.

A travel blog entry by hippofarmerqld

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Cloudy with some rain, 16-20deg, 78km, av. 18.5km/h, tot. 1,083km. Had a simple brekky at the motel and left at 8:25am under ominous looking skies and a gusty (up to 25km/h) side-wind, thank goodness. We sighted our first war cemetery about 20km out at Villers-Carbonnel, it was French. Considering the fact that there are 2,000 purely Military and another 1,000 civilian cemeteries where war causalities were buried there are plenty ...

Day Three: Banteux to La Roche en Ardenne, Belgium

A travel blog entry by davidandchel

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Another warm sunny day as we set off for Belgium this morning to meet up with Sharon and Ago. Very surprised by the condition of the roads in Belgium very poor there is even potholes on the motorway. Checked into a lovely campsite for a couple of days ...

Day 5 - Laon

A travel blog entry by eab2014

... of cider with cassis. The lunch was absolutely delicious and consisted of several salads, cold meat and dessert. There was even wild boar and a deer pate, which had been prepared by a local hunter (husband of a band member). Our tour guide asked what sort of wine was to be had with lunch, and our hosts looked a bit worried as they shook their heads. Some time later, some cask wine turned up - I can report that it's as bad in France as it is in ...

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This hotel, located on Rue Antoine Parmentier Zac de la Valle, St-Quentin, is near Ile de Bendor.
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