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Dormans itself is a nice little town with 2 butchers, 3 pastry shops, a fruit and veggie market - and very loud church bells, which just finished a 5 minute long concert at 8 am on Sunday morning. A bit much.
Wednesday we are off for England. Train to Paris, make a fast swith from the Gare de L’est tot he Gare du Nord, and on to Calais. Figure out how to get from the train station to the ferry ...
After a relatively big night neither of us were the most motivated to arise.... But the rain overnight had now stopped and we could hear people around the site packing up, so we thought it was probably time too... Out of the tent and we realised that half of the site had already left, but we were still up before the Dutch boys! My head was feeling a bit seedy, but I had downed a fair amount of water before going to bed, and throughout the night, so while I needed to pee I was feeling ...
... as the best burger that Emily ever ate
(and I had a great assortment of various meats). Reims is known for its meat and we know
why. We visited a few other sites like the local Roman forums and then headed to the Museum of Surrender which is where the Germans signed the agreement effectively ending the conflict in Europe in World War II. Amazing to be in the room that ended a monstrous conflict and began the road to recovery. ...
... and in the petite garden sculptures mostly of naked women!!
The Porte Sainte-Croix dated 1769 was dedicated to Marie-Antoinette and almost felt like you were in Paris!.
Cant wait to get on with our voyage!!
Date20 September 1792LocationBetween Sainte-Menehould and Valmy
49Â°04′46″N 4Â°45′56″ECoordinates: 49Â°04′46″N 4Â°45′56″E
Result Decisive ...