Hotel de l'Abbaye
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... wanted 60 euros, and I said no, thank you and desolee but that is too much. That led to much phone discussion and then “well, how much would you pay?” So I pulled a number out of my head and said 40 and that was agreed! Me! I don’t bargain. I don’t negotiate. How French I am getting, I guess….
So were picked up at 10 AM the next day and driven through the lovely Forest of Compiegne ...
... after the war. We had a much shorter day's ride ending in Noyon around 2.30pm so we could visit the massive cathedral and convent grounds and partake in a cold beer as the temperature was now around 30 degrees before riding back to the barge to relax before dinner. Pont Leveque, which is just outside Noyon, was the location for the barge overnight and Rick and Marias presented us with another lovely meal, a variety of bruschetta, followed by salad from ...
... it. Well one morning a group of german engineers snuck up..crawled in a hole and took all inside prisoner...without a shot....When word got out...Bell towers across Germany rang out.....it was that important.
It is something to see...it is probably on ground that was the most bombarded in history and it showed it...huge craters everywhere...but all grassy now. Not many folks around....so I went in and got an audio guide...cool...its an iPod geared ...
... never recover.
In between all that, we have taken bike rides to the big Leclerc store (think huge Target) for groceries and some hardware. We have also been in search of a Brickorama store we have never managed to find, in spite of google maps and bad directions from other people. Been shopping in the extensive Saturday market. Meandered about town. Eaten pastries. Been in the church. Ate pizza out one night.
And - ...
... notre dame, this was a huge amazing gothic church, it was so crazy cool! This place was exactly the same building as in the story of the hunch back of notre dame. We took a few snaps and selfies and then headed into the church. It was pretty dark strange, but awesome to see so much effort into one single structure. We then decided to head to our netting point. The meeting point of non other than under the Eiffel Tower. We walked out the subway and out of nowhere infront of us was the ...