Auberge le Relais
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... has also driven on the Rhone, the Soane, the Rhine. He knows what he is doing! He also confirmed our own feeling that it has been a terrible year for the French tourism industry - just no tourists this year. He said Chateau Thierry is normally full of Americans and Belgians in August. The Americans for the war memorials. I wasn’t clear why the Belgians come.
LIke houses, every old boat has a story.
... quiet restaurant, but was told that the pizza was sold out, as was half of the menu... So it was a choice of Andouliettes de Troyes or Lasagne (after I had narrowed down a few others) working out that the Andouliettes were actually sausages made from pig tripe, I decided that I would go the safe route tonight and chose the lasagne. Twenty minutes later I had my meal in hand and headed back the tent (10pm by now) munched it down quickly and then we both hit the sack - very tired from Sunday still!
... week's groceries, and 9 bottles of reasonable plonk, for 179E !
My favourite cheese, d'Affinois, which I was introduced to by my darling Charlotte, sells here for 1.95E vs about $ 10 at home!
Having bloody wifi problems as usual, so will call it quits.
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The Travelling Willburys
And, yes, Vicky, I most certainly freely acknowledge my mistake about George Harrison - after all, it was a long time ago since I was last ...
Today we went walking around Paris I think we walked about 15km. We started at the Arc De Triomphe and it massive compared to the Arc De Triomphe De Carrousel. We also went to the Louvre where we saw the Monna Lisa and many other pieces of art. After that we went to the Eiffel Tower where we had dinner on the first floor and the view was amazing. We had very posh food and Mckenzie and I had a chocolate cake shaped as the Eiffel Tower for dessert. ...
Having very nearly out staying our welcome, we decided it was time to leave the comfort of Hostellerie du Cerf and start on our way. Waving bye to Bart and Chrissie, we headed south.
Having driven little more than an hour over the French border we spotted a war graves cemetery. I know that there are a few for British war veterans dotted about, but it never occurred to me that France would have the same thing for it's own war dead! Metre ...