Hostellerie des Trois Poissons
Travel Blogs from Gisors
We are shopping this morning and going to tour the distillery this afternoon. The weather is dry with glimpses of sunshine, but there is an autumn feel to the temperature. Both of us are wearing jumper or fleece over shirts and also jeans. We had the heating on this morning. It's fascinating to watch our fellow camping car travellers. Last night we parked next to a van from the Netherlands. When we arrived, he was giving it a full clean on ...
... outsprinted Alexander Kristoff in a spectacular final
sprint on the Champs-Elysées.The traditional walk in the park
the way from Evry to Paris, the 164 riders left in the peloton cruised
at about 32km/h. The Maillot Jaune Vincenzo Nibali shared some Champagne
with his team-mates from Astana. ...
... three that she likes me the most right now. It frustrates her that we can't have full conversations, but she is also very patient and helpful. I think she's at that stage where she's struggling to become a "big girl" but still wants to be babied like her younger siblings, so that will be my biggest challenge with her.
Axel will be 4 years old in February and is your average little boy. He goes to a Pre-K and according to his parents has two girlfriends that ...
Day 10 Tuesday
7:45am wake up and head to the hotel
8:30am breakfast at the hotel with some of the conference participants
9:00am Walk to avenue dumain eglise baptiste church for morning service
9:30am service with all prayer conference Participants
Includes praise and worship together and learning one French song
During the time at the church, there are different speakers that are brought in to speak ...
I left the hotel after breakfast and drove 15 km north to Crécy (en Ponthieu) the site of the battle of 1346 that bears that name. An observation tower has been constructed just outside the town on the site of the windmill at the top of the hill from where the King Edward III of England directed his army in a defensive position. He had come to France with his army to press his claim to the French throne. The King of France, refused his claim of course, and marched to meet ...