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... leaving the cathedral, we took a walking tour of the streets. The Christmas Market was in full swing, so we had a small pretzel each … and a glass of hot wine, which was very much appreciated in the cold weather (particularly because of the breeze, today was a lot colder than previously). Other sites in the town include a 3rd Century Roman triumphal arch, which we walked through.
We then returned to the hotel to rest before our big dinner tonight at ...
... to the original, the cathedral is adorned with a multitude of spires, bulustrades with pinnacles, statues, towers and gargoyles. The door portals, within and without, are surrounded by multitudes of sculptured figures.
Outside the cathedral is a statue of Joan of Arc, who fought to have the Dauphin Charles crowned king at the Cathedral in 1429.
We'd driven past the Mars Gates, the only ...
... in Châlons-en-Champagne, France until May as an English assistant. I work a lovely 12 hours a week where I conduct little discussion based "classes." I work at a high school (Lycée Pierre Bayen), mainly with students ages 15-17, and at a middle school (Collège Victor Duruy), with kids from 11-13. I recently started helping some of the high school teachers with English too. I go once a week and an ...
... were filled with lead from the stained glass windows melting and running down the building. We then headed to the Palais du Tau which houses a lot of the relics from the coronations of new kings. They had incredible exhibits of coronation garb as well as remnants from the cathedral that were undergoing restoration. After that, we meandered the town for a bit looking for a place to eat. We found a place that had what will probably go down ...
... Revolutionary Wars
Painting of the battle of Valmy by Horace Vernet
from 1826. The white uniformed infantry to the right are regulars while
the blue coated ranks to the left are from the citizen volunteers of ...