Domaine de la Creuse
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... cobbled streets. Some of the houses are lopsided, some are brightly coloured, some being repaired, some restored and some even being created in the old style. Some of the streets are so narrow, that the occupants could pass items across the intervening space from their windows. Restaurants abound, and as tourists are few on the ground, its obvious that the locals treat lunch very seriously.
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When we got to Soissons, on the ring road we passed La Sucrerie - an enormous sugar factory, with belching chimneys and huge piles of sugarbeet, overlaid with a sickly sweet cooking smell - it was just like Bury St Edmund's!
We passed Chateau-Thiery and Sezanne, and skirted around ...
At 1pm we pulled into a random town for a quick bite to eat and to stretch our legs. This random
town being called Chalon sur Saone and of all the days in the year, this weekend had some sort of hippy festival on.
Well we assumed it was a hippy festival because there were hippy’s everywhere!
Some of the things we saw were: groups lazing ...
We seem to be getting quite good at packing up now but it still has to be done so we had a leisurely morning with Mum and I sorting laundry and packing and the boys working. After lunch we headed back to Laignes for a wander around the little village which is quite quaint and then went to a lake near Marcenay only 10 mins away. We had a walk along the lake and in the forrest, but nothing too strenuous. There was a ...
... French - the church, various crosses, the wash-house (which was used until the 60's by the community to do laundry, but is now a green slurry!), the cemetery and mausoleum. At one point a little voice (Guy) piped up from the back seat "Excusez moi! But I booked the Anglais tour!" which made us all have a good laugh and Andy come back to earth to switch to English! After lunch we went to the Museum in Chatillon which was surprisingly large and well set out. The ...