Chateau de Quesmy
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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After getting soaked twice yesterday we arrived at Compiègne. What a lovely city, full of history as it is known where the peace was signed at the end of the First World War. A restaurant worth visiting is le Bistrot des Arts. We visited the Imperial Palace and gardens, the Kings big Tower, the 15th century timber-framed house was then lived in by ...
... Kong in the evening!
It was a lot of fun - around 20 euros gives you access to the intermediate level of tree obstacles, each 45min duration and more than 8 sections!
A lot of creativity and safety has gone into creating and running this place - so i recommend to adults and kids alike! They have different levels so check out their website: http://www.grimpalarb.fr
Monday 28th July 2014
We were up at 6.30 with the alarm after a restless night. Isi more worried about over sleeping and John because of the tunnel. We grabbed a quick 2 cups of tea and some breakfast so we were ready. It was chucking it down and had been since it started last night, making it a very miserable morning. Isi had joined together our new 15 metre ropes to make 2 x 30 metre lines to attach to the live aboard Peniche in front ...
... got to the bank side was in a cage looking wet and very sorry for itself, but alive. This was a big long haired spaniel dog and not the white dog John had found. When John got to ST he discovered its dinghy was off the boat and in the water. It turned out Isi and another woman had launched it to try and get to the dog that was obviously in difficulties. The bank sides were too steep to even touch the dog let alone get it out. It did want to swim away from them ...
... around the square with announcements going on. We had picked up a street map from the Tourist Information and then turned the corner into a big” town hall square” that had been transformed into St Quentin by the sea with loads of sand, big paddling pools, inflatable slides and all sorts of things you would see at the seaside. Leicester has done this in their town hall square but this square was 4 times the size.
The Hotel de Ville was ...