Hostellerie le Chene Dore
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 1, pic 2) with the largest interior space as well (pic 3). See how small the people are in the pictures. The place is massive! France is causing me to run out of adjectives for "big."
Anyway, I want to apologize ahead of time for this next photo. It’s kinda gruesome. This cathedral is also where John the Baptists head is (pic 4)… supposedly. Since they “found” it after the Fourth Crusade it makes one wonder… It’s ...
... no internet, I can't get the name of the song. Which is I'm so used to and got spoiled. This is one thing I'm missing with no internet. - Update: okay I take it back. I had a hunch and opened Shazam app once I had the wifi at the hostel. And voilà, the ******* must've recorded the songs and searched and found the 3 songs I tried to tag earlier. Now that's what I call a beautiful ...
... getting onto the correct road from the airport. Brad had printed directions and a map but we put all of our faith in our GPS, and it worked!!! It was seamless thankfully and we arrived 15 minutes later at Château de Chantilly enroute to our BnB. Pulling into the car park we did note that not one other car was there - is this a good sign?? We were actually there well before official opening time so waited until 10am. We decided today was 'take your class ...
... Australian soldiers with no known grave who were killed in France in WW1. It was another day of freezing winds but we all stood there and read the names and even found a Kentish listed. It was built in the 1930s and suffered some damage in WW2 so it was even more terrible to see all the bullet holes in the sides of the memorial. It was a lovely way to discuss war with the boys and although they may still occasionally run around using a sticks to ...
... in 1918 and from here he launched the battle of Amiens on 8th August which was the defining victory that eventually finished that war. King George V knighted Monash on the front steps of the chateau a few weeks after this battle. Baron Manfred von Richtofen was buried by the Australians with full military honours in the grounds of this chateau. Much later he was exhumed and reburied on German soil. the Red Baron was being pursued by a Canadian when he flew over ...