Hôtel Du Golf De L'Ailette
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In 1972, the Champagne House set up an award for female owners or managers of companies. When we arrived, the Canadian Flag was flying high, and we naturally assumed it was in Pauls honour. Unfortunately, not the case. The previous week the award had been given to a Canadian woman, and there had been various events there so ...
... our back pack. We spent the evening wandering the city, a stop at the tourism office enlightened me the Möet and C****** was closed for reservations so I wouldn't be able to do there tour. My heart sank I came all this way especially to see their champagne. We had dinner at this French place that had like pub food it was quite nice the poor waitress didn't speak much English and hardly understood ...
... s probably gone off by now. We wandered down the main shopping street which had the necessities - butcher, baker, chocolate shop, bar...... Sadly, being Sunday, we didn't get an opportunity to purchase the local chocolate specialty. Our lunch was provided by the local brass band, and we ate it in the 'Pilgrim's Room' at the hospital adjacent to the cathedral. The room is in the style of the cathedral with a magnificent vault. We were welcomed with ...
... route of my GPS, I can get around on back roads pretty well. The only hiccup of the day was when I got confused when navigating a retarded intersection, where I could not figure out which lane I was supposed to be in to go straight. Some of the intersections here can get a little complicated, and I have been through roundabouts with five roads attached! Anyway, this time, I tried to move from one lane to another while waiting at the light, but ...
... go. Was really enjoying the countryside and mans inhumanity rears it's ugly head. I came across a first world cemetry and stopped, at first to read the reason it was where it was but then to take in the scale of it all. Walking through and reading the headstones is truly shocking, So many were nothing but children 18 and young twenty somethings. All my children are older than them and I thank ...