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... We entered the church, which was pretty, but did not linger.
The ramparts are still in good condition (or at least repaired condition), although we found it very irritating that the prime corner, in the best repair, was closed off and inaccessible unless you bought tickets for the Raptor Show (falconry, as far as we can tell), which only happens during prime tourist season. We could have walked below the wall, but the wall itself was closed off. So we left the wall ...
... had ever seen snow. 5 minutes later driving up the hill, down comes the snow and within a few more minutes we were inundated with the stuff. We stopped for our first snow fight and the Satnav also gave us an impromptu tour of a ski village at the top if the mountain. 30 minutes later down the other side of the mountain and we're on the flat stuff, safely on the motorway with Cedrick effortlessly pumping out 140kph to make up time for ...
... in Châlons-en-Champagne, France until May as an English assistant. I work a lovely 12 hours a week where I conduct little discussion based "classes." I work at a high school (Lycée Pierre Bayen), mainly with students ages 15-17, and at a middle school (Collège Victor Duruy), with kids from 11-13. I recently started helping some of the high school teachers with English too. I go once a week and an ...
... stones listing the names of people lost and
plaques from the major cities where they were from throughout the building. Under the building they have windows in so people can see the bones of countless soldiers all lying
together. A very sobering site to help understand the magnitude of the battle of attrition.We then headed to the Fort de Duoumont which was a large French fort / bunker built before the war that switched hands a few ...
... advertising pamphlets that were sent to
merchants and customers. The Faculty of Medicine in Reims published
several papers to refute Fagon's claim that Burgundy wine was healthier
than Champagne. In ...