Akena Hotel

Address: 32 rue de Beaumont, Noyelles-Godault, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 62950, France | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 32 rue de Beaumont, Noyelles-Godault, is near Le Terroir.
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    Travel Blogs from Noyelles-Godault

    Our European Adventure - Chapter 6

    A travel blog entry by brods1 on Sep 01, 2015

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    ... Orkney from a foreign country, and didn't speak a word of English. It's not that they didn't want to confess (to end the pain), they just didn't know what was going on :-( So after that fun tour we take a look through the Scottish Museum (your usual museum stuff), took a walk up Carlton Hill, with magnificent views of the old and new cities and a strange array of finished and half finished, Romanesque buildings, and then decided to duck home for an afternoon granny ...

    If it's Saturday, this must be Belgium

    A travel blog entry by robin_frank on Aug 29, 2015

    ... When we arrived at the huge station, there were absolutely no signs about car rentals, no "louer" or "voitures". Nor did we see a place to pull up outside so I could run in and ask. So we circled again and Frank said it had to be in the parking garage, so we pulled in and asked two people who didn't know. Eventually we found a cleaner who pointed out the office in the station and I went in and asked. Then ensued a tortuous trip thru the parking garage, ...


    A travel blog entry by themoloneys on May 15, 2014

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    Today we got up in the morning and drove to Belgium. Honestly, it is not much different than North East France. There was no border to cross (because of the European Union) so we didn't even know when we crossed over! We toured some more WW I cemeteries today. They are very different from the cemeteries that you see every day in Canada because when you look at these graves, you know that if these people had not sacrificed their lives, life ...

    Glibber-Dinner :-(

    A travel blog entry by sheepyland on Jul 29, 2013

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    After a long day in the car, we made our first stop-over in Arras, France. We were so hungry and wanted to find a good place to eat. We found a nice historic town center with an artifical beach on the center town square, where kids were playing beach-volleyball....but no restaurant. So we walked back towards the train station and found some nice looking restaurants and agreed to dare to go inside of ...

    Family History in WW1

    A travel blog entry by lynnkonieczko on Jun 28, 2013

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    ... was completely overshadowed by the main battle the next day, the infamous Battle of the Somme. Whilst there were tens of thousands more men lost at the Somme, in percentage terms the Battle of Boars Head was dreadful. Of those involved almost 50%, numbering some 1100 men, either died, were "missing", captured or wounded, with many of the injured dying of their wounds in the days after. In my grandfather’s diary he makes the following comments about the battle,