Auberge le Relais
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... to pull of 2700km. On average 45km/day. Together with a Belgian couple, we did about 28Km. At 5pm we celebrated our accomplishment with a beer before Gregory said goodbye to proceed to do another 25km. What a courageous man! In the evening we were spoiled in a B&B by Justine. And her parents. It was a good day, although my body will have to recover tonight. According Justine's father My body will need another 12 days to get completely adjusted. By that time, I'll be back ...
London to Guignicourt 233 miles. I like it when nothing happens. Nothing happening is holiday. We ended up spending five days in London at Colette and Jody's. It was a shame to miss the pre-ban but it's not a miss, just a delay. One day, one day. Couldn't be helped. Circumstances beyond anyone's control. Well, maybe not beyond the guy who wanted to chuck himself off Beachy Head, but even that's a moot point of philosophy. For those were ...
... of champagne in the cellars overall.
115 stairs back up and we had some
tasting. Rami said it was good but luckly I managed to get him out
before he bought a case to send home.
We then drove along the Route les
champagne to Epernay- a lovely drive through vineyards and cute
little villages. We followed the Lonely Planet recommendation for
dinner at a Thai/French fusion restaurant. It was essentially Thai
with bread rolls but ...
When we left Tourny we went into Paris (always SUCH fun driving into Paris - we only got a little - not even lost, just turned around a bit - to pick up an order at Acastillage Diffusion, which is a large marine supply store with a branch on the Seine in the Paris suburbs. Having successfully picked up our order, which included a 5 step ladder and a new horn, plus some paint and a few odds and ends, we negotiated the Paris peripherique (think the old fashioned back-east ...
... here in 1429. Sadly the Cathedral was badly damaged in WWI with most of the roof lead being melted and the surrounding buildings pretty much razed to the ground after the Germans set fire shells as they left the city. Rather than leave the ruins as an example of warfare, fortunately the Cathedral was fully restored between the 2 wars with donations from the Rockefeller Foundation. Work is still ongoing to fight modern plagues of pollution and weathering. ...