Hotel Saint Pierre
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We spent the next couple of hours around this great city before meeting down at the bear display on the edge of town. Unfortunately they were off on vacation, so we were not able to see them this time.
After checking in we set our next meeting time and point and headed back into town for some lunch and souvenir hunting. As usual, all the students were very successful and on meeting back at the station stories and goods were shared and ...
... our way to the top of the hill to see the fort it was closing so we missed out. I really liked this place but Kerry said he found it drab. It just had a real solid feel to it and lots of history surrounding the old part of the city. Its great having our bikes as we could explore everywhere and we rode through the tunnel where the boats have to come through the lock system. There are some photos of the old ...
... the spirit of a young soldier asking me to take him home. I would have had it been possible, yet he would have been returning to a very different city to the one he left a century ago.
A final thing about the Manchester cemetery was that one of the graves belonged to a soldier with the surname Ogden. While definitely a long-shot, I wondered if it could be a relative of my brother-in-law, Philip.
The last grave I saw was on the day I left R(h)eims (Day 19?). It ...
... a restaurant with a chambre d'hôte sign. It looked perfect and it was. We were only sorry it was a Monday and the restaurant, Le Petit Kembs, was closed. Our host, M. Gerard was the chef of this lovely restaurant, that, as he showed us, is listed in a special publication of the Association Française des Måitres Restauranteurs. This association apparently has very specific standards, one being only fresh food is ...
... a chemist to buy some travel sickness tablets for Josh. No-one spoke English so we got by with google translate and hand gestures. Ro and I both walked out and felt sad that we wouldn’t be doing things like that anymore. We made our final visit to the car wash, the car was sparkling again, wandered around intersport and a nursery and decided to have an early dinner at Mc ...