Le Cheval Blanc
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Dormans itself is a nice little town with 2 butchers, 3 pastry shops, a fruit and veggie market - and very loud church bells, which just finished a 5 minute long concert at 8 am on Sunday morning. A bit much.
Wednesday we are off for England. Train to Paris, make a fast swith from the Gare de L’est tot he Gare du Nord, and on to Calais. Figure out how to get from the train station to the ferry ...
... on the other hand was apparently still drunk! Showers taken, coffee and tea made and then we started with the tidy up and re-organisation of everything that needed to be in the car! Honestly it took a lot less effort than I originally thought, and even though we had coffee and tea during the time we were packing up, the Dutchies were still dead even with our pack up time - thanks to the amazing air tent and how simple it is to pack!We said our goodbyes to them and exchanged ...
Bought some bubbly in Reims then on to Chalons-en-Champagne. Lovely town with two large churches as usual. The Notre-Dame De L'Epine dated back 1405 the Cathedrale St Etienne dated back 1230.
Extensive tree lined walks in the ...
... who took on her husband's wine business when
widowed at 27. Under her ownership, and her skill with wine, the
company developed early champagne using a novel technique. The brand and
company of Veuve ...
... weapons and sections for the different allied armies. From the exhibit section you move into the lower level for the trench experience which gives an indoor simulation of the trenches with their different sections including an odd latrine diorama. From there you can step out to the outdoor trench system. Some of the portions of the trenches contain elements found in archeological digs.
The Passchendaele museum is well done in terms of presenting a ...