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St-Leu

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4-Day RFC and RAF First World War Tour
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4-Day RFC and RAF First World War Tour

This is an extensive tour covering the men, airplanes and tactics of air warfare in the First World War. You will be taken back in time to visit unique airfields and see how these knights of the sky fought and died over 100 years ago. The history of this era is vividly brought to life with a first class guide in Andrew White who is ex RAF.
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CultureVulture wrote a review Nov 2019
Clinton, Mississippi388 contributions182 helpful votes
Today a picturesque neighborhood filled with good restaurants, cafes, art galleries, and antique shops, St-Leu was the former industrial area located along canals of the River Somme. Very nice area for strolling and people watching from a sidewalk cafe.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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hans-jaguar wrote a review Oct 2019
Santa Comba Dao, Portugal16,233 contributions633 helpful votes
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This location was knowen as an industrial district from the Middle Ages to the early 1960s. At the beginning of the 13th century, the city of Amiens has expanded towards the north by the construction of some quays on the banks of the canal and arms of the Somme. Textile industries like weaving and dyeing, tanneries and mills have been settled in this place who became so the name of “Saint-Leu” district. The reconstruction of the cathedral led to the transfer of the Hôtel-Dieu along the pavement to the bleds - the current rue Saint-Leu. By the end of the 15th century, the district welcomes the industry of the dictation, driven out of Arras, by decision of King Louis XI. The working population occupied the neighborhood in mud houses until the end of the twentieth century. Nice location you cannot miss during your visit of the city of Amiens.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Natalie B wrote a review Oct 2019
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I thought this place would be larger and therefore more place for walking. Also, as it was Saturday afternoon, thought it would be more buzzy. But on the quite side.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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carol k wrote a review Sep 2019
5 contributions1 helpful vote
Great place to go for a leisurely walk with plenty of bars and restaurants. Some of the bars are very student focused but that's OK
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Date of experience: September 2019
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philbertNottingham wrote a review Sep 2019
Nottingham, United Kingdom426 contributions126 helpful votes
This is a stunning location, so close to the heart of the town, the architecture and art work are really interesting. Great place for a stroll, drink or meal ad the majority of good restaurants are located in and around this area. Well worth the 10 minutes walk
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Date of experience: August 2019
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