Hotel Restaurant L'Escale

Route de Sainte Menehould, Prunay, Champagne-Ardenne, 51360, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Route de Sainte Menehould, Prunay.
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    Travel Blogs from Prunay

    Winter port and encounters with champagne

    A travel blog entry by hammondsencore on Jul 26, 2014

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    ... people leave boats for long or short periods of time all over the canals of France and elsewhere, but one worries: suppose someone takes the lines off, suppose someone breaks in, suppose someone unplugs her and the batteries go flat. (In fact, someone did unplug her, but the batteries didn’t go flat, just got a bit low). The one thing we decided we didn’t need to worry about was someone stealing her, because - ah, just exactly where ...

    Nearing the end of the Champagne-Bourgogne

    A travel blog entry by hammondsencore on Jul 21, 2014

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    ... at Orconte, where we are now. The weed got thicker and thicker and we could feel the barge slowing as the wretched stuff started wrapping itself around the propeller. As we got to the lock before this one, we were stopped and had to tie up and wait for 2 hours. The VNF were using a steam shovel to dip the loose weed out of the space before the lock. While we sat there, they filled 7 or 8 small open backed trucks with all the weed they could hold. The trucks rushed ...

    Verdun

    A travel blog entry by wearn4nz on Jul 17, 2014

    13 photos

    ... the 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 ...

    Remembering WW1 at Verdun

    A travel blog entry by lynnib on Jul 12, 2014

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    ... the bells rang out to signal noon - a mournful sound but very moving and atmospheric. The ticket price includes admission to a small theatre for an informative audiovisual presentation with commentary in various languages via a headset. Sadly, we were told that quite a number of villages were destroyed in the conflict and never rebuilt, but most are marked with a memorial of some kind, thus highlighting the civilian casualties of war. Another reminder in the area ...

    Culinary Field Trip and Roman Ruins

    A travel blog entry by carolynefox on May 13, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... Wait until I post my pictures! It was quite an experience. Immediately after the tour, we left Lyon and sailed until 3:00 where we stopped for 3 hours to tour Vienne. Vienne's claim to fame, besides being another charming French town, is its Roman ruins...still hear from the time of Gaul. We also took a mini-train to the top of the hill where there was a beautiful church dedicated to Our Lady of Fatima. From the hill, we had a great view of the Roman amphitheater they have excavated ...