Hotel de l'Abbaye
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... way up towards the city. We walked into a fortified city and it was like stepping back in time. We had time to walk around the city, lunch and a guided tour of the Catherdral. Laon Cathedral is one of the most important examples of the Gothic architecture of the 12th and 13th centuries built earlier than the cathedrals of Sens and Notre Dame of Paris and ranking with them in importance. It has been listed among the Monuments Historiques since ...
... it seems that the a couple of German Officers showed up at the front line one morning with white flags waving asking to talk to the commanding officer. So the private didn't know what to do so they blindfolded them with the blindfolds they brought. Drove them around in circle for a while....and got them to the command post. At this point the officers gave an ultimate in writing to be delivered to the General. Surrender...or be annihilated. They grabbed ...
We had two options today, either take the early set of trains (8:30am onwards) or late (11:30am) we ended up going with the late trains and luckily made every connection! Missing proper food right now. Had breakfast at the hotel which was 10e each and pretty horrible. Luckily our metro cards still worked so we headed into the main station and onto the 1st of 5 trains. Stopped in Antwerp for lunch but only had 25 mins so got some ...
We are back in Meaux, this time by boat. I just came from finally getting into the cathedral, which was closed for lunch the last time we were here. It is a nice cathedral, less impressive perhaps from inside than from out, but I was lucky enough to chance on organ practice so it was a pleasure to just sit and listen for a bit.
We are parked at a halte nautique run by the Office of Tourisme (as most seem to be these days). There is ...
... here. We intended to have a late lunch in Epernay, which is at the centre of the grape growing region. We got there at about 2.15. The restaurant we had hoped to go to was shut, so we tried the next one and the next one, all shut. We were beginning to panic about the thought of starving to death (as if!) when we stumbled upon a shop that was the representative for fifty small champagne producers. We could go in there and have a taste and better still they did a ...