L'Hostellerie des Clos
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Our idea today was to head off from the campsite we stayed in last night and move on down the road a bit, There is a spot near here that is the site of an old Roman-Gallic battle and there is a museum there so we had decided that we would go there since the forecast was for rain. At least we would be indoors. So we went there and it was a surprisingly large building for what was actually inside but what was there was very interesting. Its always fascinating ...
... sur-Ozerain which is one of the 100 most beautiful villages in France and is also the location where the film Chocolat, starring Johnny Depp and Juliet Binoche was made (Johnny Depp ooh la la, am I right ladies). The misty rain probably dampened the beauty of the place, which has definitely taken lessons in the Orleans/Joan of Arc style of self promotion and we wandered around the village which was basically deserted and took a few ...
... move on to the MH Aire we used on our way out at Marcoing.
When we got there there were already 6 MH's there so we became the illegal 7th, hoping some would leave later. In fact 2 French families, who were all sitting outside eating did leave a bit later.
As it was still light we went for a walk to the Masnieres War Cemetery. This was ...
The Roman Theatre was once the biggest in Gaul and could seat up to 25,000. it has not been renovated, but left au naturel. There is no entrance charge and you can wander around it at will. There are two original Roman gates, one ...
Auxerre (although considered the 4th largest city in Burgundy) has only 39,000 people in the city center and 92,000 including the suburbs. It is much smaller than Dijon and has hardly any tourist traffic. The city center, however, is very charming and I look forward to exploring it further over the next few months.
I hope that you enjoy the photos below! Welcome to Auxerre!