Premiere Classe Valenciennes Rouvignies

Address: Rue Louis Dacquin, Valenciennes, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 59220, France | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel is located on Rue Louis Dacquin, Valenciennes.
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    Travel Blogs from Valenciennes

    Somme WWI Battlefields

    A travel blog entry by hammondsencore on Jul 09, 2015

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... of the Ulster Tower, which is the memorial to the Irish Ulster Brigades who fought at the Battle of the Somme.


    We went back to Albert for lunch and at that point, although there were 4 more ceremonies planned during the day and evening, the heat and the emotion had pretty much worn us out, and we got in the air conditioned car and took a long cool drive to the English Channel. Where it turned out to be every bit as hot as where we had ...

    Poppies

    A travel blog entry by sorialsights on Jun 15, 2015

    2 comments, 20 photos

    ... off but overall the battle was a massive defeat for the British.
    We arrived at our Le Clos du Clocher at 730pm after delays behind a harvester that hogged the road and three different road diversions .
    Lovely accommodation with dinner provided. After dinner Rami and I walked down to the Grass Lane Memorial for the AIF and were the only ones present to enjoy the dusk and setting sun. Beautiful and peaceful end to the ...

    Arras - Day 3

    A travel blog entry by t.bird on Aug 12, 2014

    2 comments, 3 photos

    Today I saw the seedy underground of Arras, well more damp than seedy. I started the day with a tour of the Boves. Arras is built over an old limestone mine. The mines were used up until the 19th century when the town expanded to the ground on top of them. They were abandoned at this time as the people figured it was probaly not a good idea to mine underneath the town. The Boves are a set of mine shafts under the town square. They go down as far as 12metres. During the two wars the ...

    Goodbye Brugge, hello France

    A travel blog entry by lad.kennedy on Apr 01, 2014

    2 comments, 27 photos

    ... In the end we called into a pharmacy and asked where the information centre was (the signage was indicating that it was on this street). Not much English spoken here! We got a series of hand gestures indicating which way we should go (yes it had relocated!) so we followed therm only to find that the office was closed for 2hours and re opening at 2pm. Le Quesnoy is a sister city with Cambridge and has a population of 5000. We found it to be a mix between ...

    Zoom zoom to vim vims!

    A travel blog entry by europels on Jul 11, 2013

    10 photos

    ... created by both he allies and the Germans, and still remain undiscovered. It is common in the area for farmers to come across these tunnels when their tractors and tools come into contact with the tops of them. After the tour of the tunnels or subways as they called them, we started our trek up to the monument. Along the way we could see the uneven terrain which indicated where the trenches once we're as well as he craters. The size of the actual ...