Campanile Chateau Thierry
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... send to her Czech boyfriend. I guess he’s trying to learn French too and the phonetic pronunciations in the book are really wrong to her. I explained that the same letters can have a different sound in English. I also explained that that is also why I have problems trying to look up anything that people say to me because what I hear is not how things are spelled.
I admit, it’s nice to have roommates again. As long as I get the bottom bunk ...
... old problem - too many hills for our load and our old legs, well it's the breathing and heart pumping that's worse for me than the legs aching. Seems you get to the top and there's always another long slow hill in front again and the sky in front looking darker & darker. Then with only 10k to go you can see (well actually can't see the landscape at all) it's really raining, the sort that stops you being able to see in the distance. Stop to get out the rain covers for ...
So we went and had lunch and then walked over to the Musee de la Reddition (The Museum of the Surrender) which is a couple of rooms in the corner of a very large Lycee - think high school, more or less.
They showed a movie of the liberation of Reims and the events around the surrender. We saw it in French and didn’t bother to wait for the English version. Stan knows the story anyway, and I got most of the French.
Then we went up to ...
... aways and looked at a waterfall, a gazebo, many pretty trees and a ton of joggers and walkers (though very few bikers). Refreshed, we walked back out and took the bus down to the area near the store, passing on the way the Longchamp race course, Roland Garros tennis stadium (home of the French Open tennis tournament) and the Parc de Princes, the home of the Paris St Germain football team. I must go to that part of Paris more!
We had lunch, ...
... never recover.
In between all that, we have taken bike rides to the big Leclerc store (think huge Target) for groceries and some hardware. We have also been in search of a Brickorama store we have never managed to find, in spite of google maps and bad directions from other people. Been shopping in the extensive Saturday market. Meandered about town. Eaten pastries. Been in the church. Ate pizza out one night.
And - ...