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


    A travel blog entry by glenda56 on Jun 10, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... Christian, from Battlefield tours, collected us and together with another Australian couple, Liz and and John, from Perth, we headed off to see some of the places etched in our memory banks from ANZAC day lessons from school days long gone. Fromelles, Tyne Cot, VC corner, Hellfire Corner, Hill 60, Passchendale and so on. Christian and his wife Annette, were great with so much information, yet told in so many interesting ...

    Arleux, France to Tournai, Belgium

    A travel blog entry by kerney on Jun 08, 2015

    15 photos

    ... the basic needs, banking, post office etc are Rae and probably only exist in one out of every 5 or so towns. We cycled through St Armand, and on to Montegne du Nord where we met the barge and boarded to to sail to Tournau in Belgium. We stepped onto the barge around 6pm and got ready for another delicious dinner cooked by Rick, pasta entree with tuna, and followed by beautiful parcels of fish ...

    We will have visitors!

    A travel blog entry by issywiz on Aug 01, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    Friday 1st August 2014

    When we woke up John didn't feel too well, weak and tired even though he had a good night’s sleep. He even went without breakfast, just drinking water instead, which is unheard of usually. Isi had a twinge in the back so suggested we stay put for another day and get the washing done and usual catch up chores as well as seeing Mons itself.

    Steve, Nanka, Sasha and Ella were in touch this morning ...

    Goodbye Brugge, hello France

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

    2 comments, 27 photos

    ... us a drink. Leanne and I both felt the fuss made was uncomfortable but the NZ connection here does run deep. It has been 23 degrees today - too warm for jeans! I have learnt today that my schoolboy French is inadequate with surprised/amused looks when I try to talk in French followed eventually by a glimmer of understanding or politeness. Leaving Le Quesnoy we drove on a secondary country road that must have been built originally by the Romans, it was straight for ...

    Back into the trenches

    A travel blog entry by word-a-day on Jun 22, 2013

    13 photos

    ... became air raid shelters for the townspeople of Albert during WW2. The tunnels are 10m underground and it was bloody cold. This was a great museum to get an overall history of WW1. The Somme is an area where a lot of New Zealand soldiers died (including my great-great grandfather, but more on that later). The walk through the trenches really gave you a sense of the horrific conditions these soldiers faced, no wonder so many died from disease. ...