Hotel le Cedre
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... up or down stopped for gas. We rocked and rolled a lot in their wash all the time we were in Compiegne.
A couple of times we had to get out on the river and drive for a period of time to generate hot water (our solar cells generate electricity but not hot water, that comes from excess engine heat or plugged in to shore power electricity). One time we were coming back down the river from Longueil- Annel towards Compiegne, at the junction of ...
... 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 ...
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 ...
... 2nd to 11th July, being located in the 4th brigade Sausage Valley trenches below the Wolfberg German Strongpoint at Le Hamel. Again illness forced him to move back from there to billets in Bussey-les-Daours in the Somme valley, just behind the front.
During his time on active service on the front he was subject to intense artillery barrages, including one which killed several of his mates in his trench.
Calvin's birthplace - with a cheeky picture a few of us couldn't resist snapping!