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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... at noon we headed back up the L'Aisne River and Canal, back on the route we came down last May. Sunday we traveled about 20 kilometers and saw exactly one small motor boat. We just love days like that, when it is your own private river, with just a few fishermen on the banks for scenery. The villages along that first stretch of the Aisne are bedroom communities for Compiegne, and some of them are very prosperous. There are many ...
... Castellane. (They had travelled via Sacre Coeur and other roads). We had an entertaining tour through the winery thanks to our young guide. We learned about the winemaker's champagne production process and enjoyed the cellar visit seeing some of their 200 million bottles in 1.6 km of tunnels under the streets of the town. Our accommodation is a B&B a short walk from ...
... projects. There are 7 distinct painting projects, not all of which will get done this spring and possibly not even this year, but they all nag at me (DO ME! DO ME! DO ME!).
It is slowly warming up. Last night was the first night we didn’t turn the electrical space heaters on all night long! All of a sudden it seems as if every daffodil in the world is blooming and they are gorgeous. Some trees are leafing (willows for instance) but we drove through ...
... lot of developed nautical halts and the few there are have tended to be pretty crowded. We were totally amazed to find a nice place here in Dormans with water and electricity and no one here when we got here at 3 PM.
We are headed to Meaux for what we hope will be an engine tune up. Next big town on the way will be Chateau Thierry. More from there, but for the next week or so I will concentrate on photos and give the typing hand a rest.
... for lunch. We weren’t sure what we were going to get as it just said “Traditional French lunch” when we booked the tour. We got out of the minivan and looked around and Truong took us into the nicest restaurant in the area. We walked in and it was really special. None of the waiters/waitresses spoke English, so Truong translated for us again. You had to be a bit adventuress to eat some of the menu items. For example, one of the items was an entrée of cake with ...