Fasthotel Reims Taissy
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... but a sister car was fitted with the original furniture and was on display. No pictures were allowed in the museum.
After a McDonald's lunch (apparently nothing else was open on Sunday), we stopped at "The Little Red Schoolhouse." On May 7, 1945, Germany signed papers of surrender in this building. The news was made public on May 8. This was the first of several surrenders that happened ...
... are not complaining though, so don't get me wrong. It just means that for me I wear a jacket most days. Mareuil-sur-Aÿ is a village of around 1200 people just seven kilometres from Epernay. The name means Mareuil south of Aÿ. We are moored on the La Marne Canal where as I have said earlier there are facilities for both boats and motorhomes. There is a small casino, no not for gambling, but a shop for buying food stocks and alcohol. There is also a ...
... to cast off and return) they did quite a bit of shouting at each other then Isi brought out Spring Tide in reverse with John, Jean and Margaret ready to fend off. As it was Isi brought Spring Tide out perfectly producing cheering from the women and clapping from the men. She made it look easy plus there was harmony on Spring tide whilst Simon and Jenny were still growling at each other. Even Simon passed Isi a ...
... we could not stop where we were as we had notified the lock by twisting the pole and so we had to go through the 3 linked locks and tie up in the marina before we could really chat with them. They had apparently gone to Sillery and were told what we had done and had just missed us by an hour.
Once we arrived at the Marina we hastily tied up at the first pontoon and realised it was very short so that our gate did not reach ...
... had lunch with a choice of salmon or turkey with a mustard sauce. Isi had salmon and John had the turkey and both were excellent dishes of the day and priced reasonably.
We then made our way back into the city and went into some underground catacombs that the Romans had made 2012 years ago which were fascinating. It was thought they were originally like a shopping arcade. We really noticed the heat when we came out as it was ...