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So I woke up...... Lil groggy but good to go. The plan is to explore Bastogne..... Then .... I'm not sure.
Over break fast I decided tried to figure out were else I should go sooo I go to looking for hotels...I made a decision...time to head towards Normandy....so I will do it in a round about way.....I want to see Verdun....and I can break it up if I go say half way...put me finger on a map...Compiegne....found a room....done.
So I headed to the ...
After getting soaked twice yesterday we arrived at Compiègne. What a lovely city, full of history as it is known where the peace was signed at the end of the First World War. A restaurant worth visiting is le Bistrot des Arts. We visited the Imperial Palace and gardens, the Kings big Tower, the 15th century timber-framed house was then lived in by ...
We did not get to bed until 1am and thus slept until 9am this morning. Since we did most of our giant Paris sights yesterday we decided to make a trip to the countryside. More specifically we went to a town about an hours train ride away called Compiegne. We had to run to the train station because we wanted to make the 10:37 train. With seven minutes to spare we sat our little bottoms down in the nice comfortable first class seats. Some people give us weird ...
... and Candy because one of the main objectives was to take the sugar factory. Today the village of Courcellette and the sugar factory show fe signs of the vents that occurred almost 100 years ago. The red brick houses date from the 1920s when the village was reconstructed after the war. It is still hard for me to reconcile that these same fields were noting but mud filled hell holes of death. We stopped at the Canadian monument to the the Battle ...
... and cream salad for the first course and pollock (fish) on a bed of mashed vegetables. Both were delicious. As we ate we caught up on all the news both personal and church and discussed events in the world and other items helpful to our mutual faith.
When Alex headed back to work (French workers often get up to two hours off for lunch - and then work later), I went to the gigantic Louvre ...