Campanile Chateau Thierry
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... tapestries, which were moved from castle to castle as the king or nobles moved. But le Duc’s painted rooms are lovely and fun and don’t detract from the castle feeling at all.
The do it yourself walking tour takes you through about 12 rooms, plus you can separately visit the chapel. One of the most fascinating parts isn’t even mentioned in the guide material that is given out. There is a sign ...
... end of WWII.
We got to our hotel around 6 pm. Steve and I had just enough time to walk to the Reims Cathedral before dinner. The very old cathedral (about 400 AD) was remodeled and repaired several times over the years. There was substantial damage during WWI. In 1971, a series of stained glass windows was added to the front of the sanctuary. They were created by Marc Chagall, also known ...
... Epernay was next. We enjoyed wandering along the Main Street which is so different from main streets in our part of the world. Of course the reigning champion had to prove his worth in a further came of pétanque (some question of whether Peter was the winner this time as a lady had interrupted the game to play a couple of Peter's balls) and then the customary drinks with the other Australians. Dinner back on the boat - lovely lamb curry with rice, aubergine ...
... vinyards. Into Vertus for a cheese plate and glass of bubbles, as we needed sustenance to cross the Vallee de la Marne enroute to Hautvillers.
While the Abbey of Hautvillers, now owned by Moet & Chandon, is closed to the public, the historic abbey church of St-Sindulphe, where Dom Perignon is ...
... br> I was fairly upset about the amount of rust under the paint but Stan says it really isn’t enough to worry about. I have started scraping the left side and there seems to be no rust on that side. Most of the locks work to the right, so I think the right side of the boat has gotten more wear and tear over the years. So maybe the left side will go more quickly. We plan to work at it on and off as we head back up the Marne to Dormans. My ...