Chateau De Fere
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... town came during the Hundred Years War. One piece of evidence of the collapse of the economy: the nave of the church is very short compared to the apse and transept. It was planned to be much longer (and, in fact, a cross in the square opposite the church marks the planned extent of the nave), but the town could no longer afford a big church (and no longer had the need for one), so construction was halted where it was. The rose window was destroyed by a much later fire and ...
... big. Once we finally worked out where we were we chose to not take the motorway option and headed towards Dijon through what we thought looked like a nice scenic route through a mountain range. Oli managed to look up from his ipad at a timely moment, and yells out SNOW. There was a spec of white but not much else, but then a minute later I see a little pub and some snow in the car park - Stop the car. It wasn't much but it was the first time ...
We had an early train to get to Reims, it was a pretty standard travel day. Got to the train station in Paris only to discover out next train left from a different station so we had to catch the metro. Metros and backpacks are always fun at least this one was so packed. We go into Reims about four our air BnB host kindly picked us up from the train station, it was good as I did not fancy the 30 min ...
A typical Sunday in France starts with a trip to a farmers market then usually a quick bite from a boulangerie or patisserie. Then there is strolling and then something artsy. In our case we visited le musee des beaux arts here in reims. A very nice collection. Took the bus home and now I am preparing dinner. No sports. No tutoring. No TV. Just ...
I spent my first full day in France exploring the Royal history of Reims a town famous for its links to the French Royalty until it was rudely interrupted by the French Revolution! Jenny would not of been pleased!!
Reims was damaged heavily during World War One when the city was shelled, due to its close proximity to the main battle fronts, damaging the centre and again in World ...