Chateau De Fere
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... t do any translating, but it seems that they all spoke carpentry and hardware and tools, so it all worked out. So we now have a lovely new roof, much nicer inside if perhaps not quite as nice outside. In the process, they raised the height of the supports, so Stan can now stand up straight everywhere in the wheelhouse! We went from there to Compiegne pick up some new fenders and stock up on groceries at the outdoor market. Then Sunday ...
Many may expect that driving through Paris would be a challenge and a bit scary for the faint-hearted, but we escaped the clutches of this beautiful but manic city without a scratch. First up, our journey took us to Provins to the east of Paris. After lunch in the main street we drove up to the hilltop castle to explore the fortifications and the village streets behind the ...
... approximately 36,000
troops and 40 cannon, and Brunswick with 34,000 and 54 cannon. Yet by
the time Brunswick retreated, casualties had risen no higher than three
hundred French and two hundred Prussians.
... Nord. There were a few questions because the train came in two parts and our half of the train arrived after half the other passengers had boarded. I am still trying to work out how they worked it but it was no dramas. Made it into Paris fine and walked about 500m to a completely unrelated different train station and caught the train out to Reims, the premier champaign district of France. The train was cool and looking at the speedo (they display it here in ...
... the same site as the original cathedral, founded about 400ad. During the The Hundred Years War, the cathedral was under siege by the English from 1359 to 1360. After it fell the English held Reims and the Cathedral until 1429 when it was liberated by Joan of Arc which allowed Charles V11 to be crowned. German shellfire early in WW1 in 1914 burned, damaged and destroyed important parts when it caught fire, and the lead of ...