Hotel le Cedre
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... subject of many painters throughout the later 1700’s and early 1800’s.
Napoleon I, who liked to stay at the Palais de Compiegne, was fascinated by the ruins and purchased the property at a very low price. When he was deposed, the property went to the state. In the 1850’s, Napoleon the 3rd decided to restore the castle. He engaged Viollet le Duc, who was famous for his “Gothic ...
... we had in town as it was the crews day off, back on the boat now, it is 9.30pm and so tranquil here the birds are singing in the trees beside the canal and the town is far enough away not to bother us.... We set off from Peronne at 9.15 and headed across the town and off through the farmland we rode through many small villages, noticeably the buildings are mostly red brick and of a similar style, heaps of the towns names ended in ...
... round bales. Around 4pm we visited a British memorial cemetery at Brie to many soldiers killed in WW1, and earlier passed another century of simple crosses, I did not get to see who was buried there as the group kept riding. After we went through Brie we realised Chris was missing and stopped to wait for him, in the meantime a huge storm was building and when we finally set off again we eventually got caught in the storm and had to shelter from ...
Set off again at 9am and followed along the river Oise then the river Aisne until we came to the site of the Armistice treaty signing - which was buried deep in the forests at the time of the signing, and was to protect the gathering of the worlds leading politicians/leaders from being targeted. The same site was used for both WW1 on 11 November 1918 and was involved in WW2 when Hitler defeated France in 1940. We spent some time in the museum and they had ...
... I told my teacher that I had memorized the poem and the entire room gasped. I got up, said the whole thing, and only forgot a few lines.
I finally did something that scared the heck out of me. No one pushed me to do it. No one helped me. I learned an entire poem in a language that I don't really understand. Then I got up in front of all my peers and recited it. I'm pretty proud of myself.