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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... story.Thursday night,.. very wet again,.. it rained all night! Friday morning and the on-again, off-again showers continued. We headed off from Mareuil-sur-Ay, after a visit to the Boulangerie (along with a host of locals,.. there was a traffic jam caused by the folks getting their 'daily bread'). We bypassed Epernay, travelling on to Dormans. It is Friday,.. domestics day! We chased down the Office of Tourism,.. housed in a beautiful OLD chateau (that really is in ...
Finally reached Saint Question in France at about 9. We have a huge room in a nice hotel - bit tricky getting the car into the teeniest parking space but we'll worry about how we get out in the morning. We had a wander to the town square which is nice even ...
... off on his bike to find a pizza to bring back to ST, which was lovely and saved cooking as we were both tired from the restless night and relieved to have the tunnel out of the way. Our next challenges to come are a boat lift and an incline plane in Belgium!
We then did a bit of blog work and then went to the pub alongside the marina with music playing and a marquee up where we sat outside in the very pleasant evening sunshine. Apparently there had ...
Sunday 27th July 2014
We were up early for us on a Sunday and cast off at 9.15 and as no one had been round to collect any money, we had a free night. It had been noted in our book it was expensive so that made it even better! We then made our way through several locks climbing all the way to the first tunnel. We were allowed to go through the first tunnel of 1098 metres as we had timed it just right, and it was lit all the way we could ...
... around the square with announcements going on. We had picked up a street map from the Tourist Information and then turned the corner into a big” town hall square” that had been transformed into St Quentin by the sea with loads of sand, big paddling pools, inflatable slides and all sorts of things you would see at the seaside. Leicester has done this in their town hall square but this square was 4 times the size.
The Hotel de Ville was ...