Formule 1 Dreux
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... Louis XIV, XV, XVI) and the Orleans. At the chapel at Dreus all the Orleans are buried including the first of that line Louis Phillip. It is a beautiful chapel with beautiful stained glass windows made by the Sevres factory. The statues on the tombs are beautifully carved. It is set on a high hill overlooking a small French village.
We then went to the Abbey des VAux de Cernay. This is now a hotel ...
... to Versailles - its already 4pm. By the time we find accommodation and dinner, its too late to be looking at grand homes.
Versailles is simply spectacular. our friendly GPD lady is taking us up and down roads and keeps trying to take us to the Palace - so we get to see it from all sides I think. The architecture here is lovely, the roads are wide, and its so cool to be here to see all this. We will go into the Palace tomorrow morning but its been great to ...
... at the farm) gave us a lovely casserole and glass of red wine before we headed to bed. The temperature in the van was around 5 degrees as we settled in for our first night. The bed never felt sooo good,.. and the doona and sleeping bag (being used as a second blanket) provided a cosy nest for us. What a start!! We both commented that we must be in for a cracker of a trip (working on the 'opposites principle',.. Bad start - Good finish). Monday saw 'a new ...
... and some were only known unto god – This was very sad.
After that we felt really sad so we had a nice calm ferry to England. It made us feel better.
By Tom Carder
We also took the boys to the local primary school in Villers-Bretonneux. It was reconstructed after the first world war with funds from primary school children in Victoria Australia. We managed to catch a glimpse of the sign in the quad – Never forget Australia. It was very ...
... text-size-adjust: auto; ">We climbed the tower of the "Unknown soldiers" and there is an amazing view over the whole grounds and the countryside for miles around, which of course is why it was so strategic in the war.