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

    Lost luggage and beautiful BnB

    A travel blog entry by tatedavis5 on Jul 02, 2014

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    ... the Flybe staff admitted we would never have connected with anyway; our luggage didn’t turn up in time for our rescheduled 12pm flight so we arrived in Paris with only our hand luggage. It was like this for the following 8 days!

    Once we had registered our missing luggage, we were each given a navy toilet bag containing a white T Shirt (one size fits all), toothbrush, tiny deodorant, ...

    Beaumont Hamel

    A travel blog entry by howardstein on Jun 16, 2014

    Arras walk and short shopping break was first. We couldn't resist spending more time in this charming city. Next on to Beaumont Hamel where the Newfoundland memorial is. In 1916 it was easy to find, but in 2014 we got lost and drove right by. Here on July 1, 1916 the small single Nfld group of soldiers were challenged to assist the British on their right side to take ...

    A Lille Adventure

    A travel blog entry by kmmk17 on Dec 13, 2013

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    Having not done an awful lot since my Round The World Trip other than Graduating, I went with some of my uni friends to Lille in France for a day trip to see the Christmas Markets.

    It was a really long day, getting up at 3:45am to drive to Chingford, and not arriving back home until 1:20am the next morning...but it was a lot of fun! Great to spend some time ...

    Zoom zoom to vim vims!

    A travel blog entry by europels on Jul 11, 2013

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    ... impossible to fully comprehend until you are right next to it. It sits Hill 145 which is the highest point on the ridge. The monument has the names of about 11 000 Canadian soldiers who were killed in France and who do not have a known resting place. At the bottom of the monument lays a tomb of the unknown soldier along with several wreaths that visitors have brought with them to lay. Following the monument, we walked down to the Canada grave 2 which lay ...

    Day 4 - Vimy Ridge

    A travel blog entry by cwhiteside on Mar 24, 2013

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    ... able to walk through the trenches and peak through the lookouts to get a sense of what it might have been like to crouch in anticipation of the danger that awaited. The path through the trenches has been covered with concrete ladders that are meant to be a modern recreation of wooden structures that were used during the war. The ladders could be used to walk on and to help the men go over the top when attacking. The concrete structures at Vimy are permanent but could cause tourists ...