Hotel des Pirates
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... enjoy it! After that it was off to bed for an early rise so that we could get the last leg of our journey done. After a staying in a selection of beautiful places over the last month, the dreary setting of our last location may come as a surprise. We chose this place deliberately. We hate coming home, we don't 'look forward to our own beds' like some, we don't share the opinion that 'you have to come home to be able to go back' of others, we'd rather just not ...
... we can only assume were left by the French Easter Lapin. The girls very quickly got dressed and ran outside and were very excited to find many eggs had been left for them all to share. They searched high and low until every last one was found and made sure that they shared them out equally and were kind enough to give some to the little girl in the next flimsy shack who was looking on enviously. After we had found all the eggs ...
... that stage were obviously to ask them to have the beast destroyed, ask them to step out side and settle this like men (8 of them and 8 of us, even if 4 of us were kids and one had a bad foot I reckon we could have taken them, they were French after all) or to react calmly and just make sure Ruby was OK. I think if there had been blood then option 1 or 2 may have been chosen but as it was we went for the calm approach. Probably for the ...
... that the standard measuring unit for gold, the "troy weight", evolved here.
While not obvious when on foot, the old town is shaped like a champagne cork, its borders being marked by canals, La Sceine, with boulevards and gardens now replacing the medieval ditches and fortifications.
The old town reflects the structures of the 16th C, with half-timbered houses shoulder to shoulder along ...
We passed the impressive chateau at Coucy-le- Chateau high on a hill. There is an Aire there which would have made a good lunch stop, except for the charge of 5e!
We went through miles of rolling farmland - mainly arable, especially sugarbeet. These were pied up in great mountains by the roadside ...