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Up early this morning as we are travelling again. Caught the train back to Paris Nord. It certainly travels very fast. Sitting right at the back so not as smooth as the ride up. Then onto the TER to Beauvais. Looks a nice town but didn't stay to explore. Caught the No. 12 bus out to the airport and then walked to the guest house. Had dinner in - it was very nice, homemade food for a ...
... before his death at 37 years of age. He had suffered from both bi-polar & epilepsy, which in those days was poorly diagnosed & treated, and had shot himself in an attempt to end his own suffering... a sad story.
We visited his grave, where he has been laid to rest with his brother Theo dying 6 months later.
We had spent more time in Auvers than we had intended, so we grabbed some food at the local pattisarie and headed to Chantilly where we had hoped to spend ...
... lovely square in the middle. Had a very welcome beer at Les Marroniers. Walked around the village before dinner. Back to the boat for a shower and change of clothes. Had a very nice dinner at the same restaurant. Woke during the night to a terrific thunder and lightning storm. Rushed around closing all the hatches and windows on the boat before everything got too ...
... on to a regional train to Beauvios the countryside was very good rolling land with lots of good grain crops everywhere. As we pulled into the station we went past the back of the factory -it looked huge. Once we walked a couple of km to the entrance they picked we were the NZ farmers and we began our personal tour with a guide. It started in a show room with many of the 1 serial number tractors and one of the 35s Sir Edmund Hillary took to the south pole with its canvas cab ...
... and 16th century. Oh how it would have been nice to be wealthy back in the 1500s and live in such a place. Afterwards we walked through all the lovely groomed gardens and along the canal that ran along the edge of the gardens. We still had a few hours left in the day and even though it was one of the coldest days that we have experienced so far, we didn't want to waste the afternoon. On the GPS in the car we noticed there were a few other chateaus not far ...
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