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... around it. Also, this being a Saturday, everybody and his brother was there to visit. There must have been 10 bus tours going on while we were there. Tons of people! We squeezed ourselves inside and looked around. There is an astronomical clock in there that has been running since the middle 1500's. It must have been 30 feet tall. After gawking at that we headed over to ...
... on the way through for lunch. We came back at 4pm and still no one was around. We noticed a little note stuck to the door which said in French "open at 730pm". I was pretty frustrated at this, how can you have a hotel with check in time from 4pm in a small town with nothing to do in it and not be back until 730pm!? Dale tried calling the number they had left but they spoke no English at all and hung up on him twice. We resigned ourself to having ...
So begins the second phase. Winkel Zurich to London. The
trip to Calais which is where we plan to catch the ferry to England is roughly
800 kms and so decided to break it into two sections. Day 1 500 followed by the
home stretch to Calais followed by the ferry trip to London.
Most of the trip was done on the freeway and was generally
uneventful. The best part about driving through Europe is the ...
... landscape it was still clearly evident the effect of the shelling (some 60million in the ten months of battle). I took a walk through the old fort, largely the same as it was after the war. It was interesting to see both the French and the German flags being flown from atop the fort. Each side suffering significant losses in this location. After Verdun it was ...
... long day’s drive down to Verdun (of World
War I infamy). Decided to stay just North of Verdun, in Bras Sur Meuse/Charny
Sur Meuse.Sunday 17 AugustCycled to and around Verdun and then on to tour the local
battlefield areas and national monuments to those fallen in World War I. ...