La Maison Des Randonneurs
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... e)y VC,MM,DCM had survived the war and when he died, aged 86, his final wishes were carried out, and his ashes were buried in the British cemetery at Masnieres. Apparently French law did not allow for any commemoration. We were surprised however that there was no mention of this in the Cemetery Register. If you google his name you will find there is ...
... leave but time is pressing and we have to make our way north, so after buying our baguette for lunch, we moved on.
We travelled via Avallon and Auxerre, but didn't see much of either as we were directed to the ring roads, far away from the ...
Auxerre (although considered the 4th largest city in Burgundy) has only 39,000 people in the city center and 92,000 including the suburbs. It is much smaller than Dijon and has hardly any tourist traffic. The city center, however, is very charming and I look forward to exploring it further over the next few months.
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... Years War, the walls of the fortress were destroyed and then rebuilt by the inhabitants. This was again the case in 1406 and in 1492. It served as the residence for the archbishops.
One can see the ruins of the ancient walls of the Castle including the so-called round tower 'Tour Baron' which was related to a square Tower.
Broken up in 1630 in the Royal order of Armand Jean du Plessis de ...
... sometimes just little stone notches cut into the side. Others had great metal ladders - always an adventure.
The scenery was ever changing and we took hundreds of photos. Sometimes we would see gentle rolling hills and small towns in the distance. Other times we would be in a cool tunnel of trees creating a large canopy over the water. The water was very dirty with run off from farms and waste dumped by boats (no holding tanks here!) But there was ...