Hotel de l'Abbaye
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel de l'Abbaye Longpont
Travel Blogs from Longpont
... set into a large metal cylinder, or the kind of cleats on the pontoon that you have to get off and thread your line through. I got the line on the bollard and Stan was having a hard time getting the tail end of the boat close enough to get off and get the rear line off. I tied my line with half hitches and went back to help. The lock keeper shows up with the clicker, but without my knowing it - he had started the lock cycling I heard the sound of ...
... of the bridge who controlled the river traffic during the 18th century, Saint Jacques church (13-18th century) where Joan of Arc come to pray there in 1430 on the morning of her capture and the Saint Pierre desminimes church 12th century. Resting and doing much needed washing!! Struggling to upload photos. Please go to my Facebook Marlene Maree ...
... Kong in the evening!
It was a lot of fun - around 20 euros gives you access to the intermediate level of tree obstacles, each 45min duration and more than 8 sections!
A lot of creativity and safety has gone into creating and running this place - so i recommend to adults and kids alike! They have different levels so check out their website: http://www.grimpalarb.fr
Not much to say this time because I am nursing a sore wrist - probably brought about by too much typing on keyboard at bad angles and too low since I can rarely get wifi inside the boat - just up in the wheelhouse.
I'm posting some odds and ends of photos from another chip I downloaded the other night.
We finished the Lateral a La Marne canal on Sunday and now - Tuesday - are about 25 kilometers down the Marne, heading downstream and ...
... his death in 1884. I was particularly fascinated by the renaissance style double spiral staircase which has two stairways which never meet! At the castle's merchandise outlet I bought a french medieval age castle puzzle book for ages 8-10 to help me with the language. Now, as I'd left my universal electrical adapter thing at Leah's and my camera was in need of charging, I ventured out in Persephone through the lovely forest (would be gorgeous in autumn!) ...