Chateau de Quesmy
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Russian TV Channels Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Heated pool
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This morning Fr Tom celebrated mass in one of the side chapel of the cathedral in Reims. After mass we farewelled Reims and journeyed north in the footsteps of De La Salle to Laon. It was here that one of De la Salle's miracles occurred - curing the Brother who was director of the school. The holy district of Laon, which rises a hundred metres above the otherwise flat The holy district of Laon, which rises a hundred metres above the otherwise ...
We are somewhere in the top West of France in Ye Haa land. Today we got on the motorway and knocked off 350 km which is a lot in Europe and not that much in Australia. It was expensive on the motorway but we have had such pressure, (which has probably been created by ourselves,) from buyers who want the van right now but they don't want to deposit any money as they are frightened of scammers. I can't really blame them in this day and age but it means until we ...
... It was another one of those "how nice of them to build this canal just for us" experiences. We passed right through the name sake town of St. Quentin, but did stop at Chauny. Chauny is a pleasant town with a good market - split in two with part at the market hall and the fruits and vegetables up the street at the town hall. A clever way to make sure everyone goes all the way through town on market day and is exposed to all the local shops! We marketed, went out to dinner, ...
... stopped in at Villiers Bretoneaux, where the streets are all named Victoria, Sydney, Adelaide, Ballarat and a huge sign that says "ALWAYS REMEMBER THE AUSTRALIANS". It's fair to say the diggers did our nation very proud helping the French to defend invasion in WW1. There was a really nice museum dedicated to the ANZAC's which was great to see. Our next stop was the Memorial to our fallen troops in Villers where we found the name of an important man to me, A.W. Gapes. My great great ...
... of the bridge who controlled the river traffic during the 18th century, Saint Jacques church (13-18th century) where Joan of Arc come to pray there in 1430 on the morning of her capture and the Saint Pierre desminimes church 12th century. Resting and doing much needed washing!! Struggling to upload photos. Please go to my Facebook Marlene Maree ...