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... lately, the places I went yesterday saw that I was a student and let me in for free. That saved me about $16. This place, I wasn’t so lucky. Now, I don’t mind spending $8 for a museum, if there’s something to it but this place was so not worth it. There was one thing that I would have been disappointed to not see. ONE. The rest, meh…
The one thing that I thought was really neat and was really glad I saw, was a result of ...
... a military band, a squadron of troops, then at the last moment a squadron of troops with dogs. Many military people. A civilian band. A choir. Some children. Many spectators. There were mic checks. The choir warmed up. The band warmed up. More spectators.
At approximately the starting hour of 10, someone spoke about the approximate plan for the morning. Then the military band played and about 20 flag bearers marched up ...
Out through the vinyards for our morning walk this morning. A circular route through the hamlet of Peas, even smaller than Broyes.
As we'd had terrible internet access whilst in the Somme, spent a few hours trying to update the blog.
... up over 30 hours with no sleep, we were practically falling asleep at his dining room table, but that didn't seem to deter old Gorge! A great night's sleep had us ready for a day of exploring the champagne region!
We had booked a tour of Launois' Musee de la Vigne et du Vin in the village of Le-Mesnil -Sur-Oger at 10 am, so we wended our way through the beautiful countryside to the appointed ...
... Madame Pascaline Watier. The family wandered the streets while I spent two hours looking at archives with Madame Watier, who turned out to be a very nice, helpful thirty-something. My french was challenged by the obligatory whispering we were forced to do in the research room, la Salle Patrimoine. I managed, learned a few things, and enjoyed looking through the records of the time of occupation and liberation. Madame Watier ...