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... Veringetorix, who almost halted Caesar's success in Gaul. Fountain of Aloise. Statue to Pope Urbain the Second, who initiated the Curia in Rome and set up the first crusade. Then looked into the Unesco listed Notre Dame du Port Basilica with really impressive roof line and tiling. Back to camp to meet up with Rob and Rob again, who had driven in from Lyon. They had also scored a tour of the Michelin factory before retiring to Maccas to collect ...
... passing through dismiss the town entirely as a result. Locals tell us Clermont-Ferrand is the end of the toll-free highway, so it is regarded by the French as but a pitstop en route to the vacation resorts in the south.
We had the advantage of a home base and one-month's time to discover Clermont-Ferrand. We came to know it for its multiculturalism and for the lack of pretence by its citizens. Everyone says hello -- even the teenage boys ...
Caleb and I ventured out to catch a game or two of a junior tennis tournament that was starting today. The teenagers were playing on clay courts just like at Rolland Garos (French Open). I went over with Caleb all of the different types of playing surfaces at the four majors in tennis. Close by Caleb approach some teenagers and promptly got us both into ...
Caleb went on an outing with 10 or so other kids to the Museum Le Coq. He learned about minerals, birds and lots more. It was organized by the Sable Show people. Evening time was Sandball for the adults. A guy was wearing a Montreal Canadians T-shirt sober named our team The Canadians!!! Sandball consists of teams if five and you throw a small rubber ball back and forth and shoot on a big net with a goalie. You get one point for a ...
... saw we had rackets and with no prompting moved and sat on the benches and watched us. It was a bit unnerving to have 6+ guys all quiet and watching us. After a few games we invited anyone who wanted to play and ended up meeting a Canadian from Montreal who happened to be visiting Clermont. He cleaned the table by beating Christine and Caleb. The final match was Canada (the visitor guy) versus France (a local). Caleb was ...