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... a section of medieval wall and gate, lovely old church and roses, the air was fragrant with their scent. Another long ride - 58kms in total today. As we rode into Compiegne I noticed a sign advertising the Compiegne International Dressage Event 4-7 June, Garry and I walked off some bike riding stiffness and found the grounds, way beyond the Castle, the castle grounds, ...
... by Napoleon and later by Napoleon the Third. It is large and grand and it has been very very well renovated. The major apartments of first the king and later the emperor are filled with period furniture and decoration in wonderful condition. Room after stunning room, with a special exhibition of quite wonderful Egyptian influenced objets d’art and furniture.
We didn’t go into the grounds, but they ...
... and drums and another with Scottish bag pipes and kilts (I couldn’t quite figure that one out!). The donkeys were there and the dogs and a good time seemed to be had by all. Unfortunately we didn’t have the camera with us either time on Sunday.
Compiegne is a large city with a lot of interesting history. We haven’t managed to see all there is to see, but I’ll tell some more in another entry.
... had taken a beating.
Next stop check if the big Bastogne museum is open....just to see.....its just on the east side of the town....right next to the American memorial....and yup...it was closed...poop. So I went and checked out the memorial...It is very cool...it is in the shape of a circle built around a star....and the story of the battle is on the walls..its big and you can co up on the roof and see all the battle locations around the ...
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# of buses: 15
# of taxis: 2
# of beers: 17
# of monies found: ...