Premiere Classe Valenciennes Ouest - Petite-Foret

Address: Zac Auchan, Rue Gay Lussac, Petite-Foret, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 59494, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Zac Auchan, Rue Gay Lussac, Petite-Foret, is near Maison du Parc.
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Travel Blogs from Petite-Foret

Vimy Ridge and the remaining Caribou

A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Oct 18, 2014

9 photos

... sacrifice. Facing the Douai Plain, is a single sculpture of a sorrowing woman, portraying Canada as a young nation mourning its dead. Inscribed on the walls of the monument are the names of the Canadian soldiers who died with no known grave.



















In 1914, the Germans had advanced as far as the ridgeline known as Vimy Ridge, and thereafter dug in ...

Country roads.

A travel blog entry by startrailers on Oct 15, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... a lot of it is dual carriage way, very straight and very empty . Between Arras and Cambrai we found a huge HyperU and got fuel at 1.24e /litre - less than a 1 !!! We also got some silicon mastic and a gun so that Rob could seal around the fridge/freezer, so we can use it on gas again and stay in an Aire tonight.
When we got to ...

ENGLAND... AGAIN!

A travel blog entry by nickandmaryjane on Oct 09, 2014

11 photos

... that his coat of arms included a hand above everything. The estate passed to the Legh family through marriage, where it stayed until the property was given to the National Trust after the Second World War. The family had several Coal mines on their land, from which they had their wealth, but after the nationalisation of the Mines in the 20th Century, they suddenly found that they couldn’t afford the estate and gave it to the National ...

Romeries to Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by trappitts on Aug 25, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... on our way out and Dave is just checking it out. The plaque to the cemetery reads "the land on which this cemetery stands is the free gift of the French people for the perpetual resting place of those of the allied armies who fell in the war of 1914-1918 and are honoured here". Oh my 106 New Zealanders buried here :(. While we were there the four gardeners who were busy mowing the grass and weeding actually stopped what they were doing so ...

Vimy Ridge

A travel blog entry by onourway on Aug 29, 2013

2 comments, 8 photos

... out over the plain. She is mother Canada, mourning the loss of so many young children. Above her the two pylons representing Canada and France united in their goal at war stretch high off the stepped platform.

As at Juno Beach, the Vimy staff are exceptionally friendly and refreshingly chatty. In addition to tour guide Jeremy, we met Annika from Pictou, Nova Scotia. She's a recent university graduate and is only two weeks into a four month contract ...