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... around it. Also, this being a Saturday, everybody and his brother was there to visit. There must have been 10 bus tours going on while we were there. Tons of people! We squeezed ourselves inside and looked around. There is an astronomical clock in there that has been running since the middle 1500's. It must have been 30 feet tall. After gawking at that we headed over to ...
... and that it was in the general champagne region. That was evident when as we got closer and looked further at the map it was basically in the middle of nowhere. Arriving in time for a late lunch we drove up to the accommodation and we couldn't find a way in, the doors were all locked and nobody was home. Check in time has standardly been not before 4pm at most other places we have stayed at so we went back to another slightly bigger town that we ...
... Their attention to detail and cleanliness leaves a lot to be desired,
especially when it comes to their toilet and shower facilities.
French people squat………..not cool. The showers are generally
dirty and also shared by both sexes. Not really what we are used to, especially
coming out of the perfection of Switzerland.
However we survived and since we weren’t intending to ...
... long day’s drive down to Verdun (of World
War I infamy). Decided to stay just North of Verdun, in Bras Sur Meuse/Charny
Sur Meuse.Sunday 17 AugustCycled to and around Verdun and then on to tour the local
battlefield areas and national monuments to those fallen in World War I. ...
... bones of 130,000 unidentified soldiers from the battlefields from WWI. A plaque overlooking the vast cemetery showed that the area was dedicated in 1984 by Francois Mitterand and Helmut Kohl now friends in a time of peace. As temperatures soared to 33 degrees, we struggled to keep walking but still managed to see some original trenches as well as a memorial to the village of Fleury which was completely wiped out ...