Ibis Besancon La City
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... World War. During the war the this site was a German prisoner if war camp, 100 resistance fighters were executed here. The museum of French Resistance and Deportation was well presented but sad and upsetting. It covered topics like forging of documents, life in the camps, the different resistance groups and the liberation of the camps, finishing with the war crimes trials. By the time we had finished the museums it was 2.39pm, we were starving ...
... it was a very steep climb from the main town, we stopped to take photos if a roman gateway that is situated close to a few Roman ruins, we also called at St John's Cathedral, which was quite unusual inside, there is also a astronomical clock here but you can only visit on a tour. At the Citadel there is a small zoo, and several museum areas all enclosed in this wonderfully preserved 1600's building. The moat ...
... went to do her manicure then I got to have a turn. While my mum was doing her nails we played around until she finished and when she finish then I did mine and we went back to my auntie’s friend’s house there we had dinner and went home after with my uncle’s sister was sleeping over. While driving home my aunty hit a deer with the car on the road…we turned around and we saw the deer on the floor in pain. Then my brother started crying until ...
... lions, Siberian tigers), primates (lemurs, marmosets, etc. with more than 25 species) and birds (some thirty aquatic and tropical species). There are also many different species of hoofed animals from around the world (Vision warty pigs, Vision spotted deer, etc.) as well as two species of macropods from Australia: red kangaroo and rock wallabies. There are around 400 animals from more than 70 species can be viewed in large planted enclosures.
We kept on driving until ...
I arrived in Besancon today on the 31st day of my pilgrim journey to Rome. It is 784kms from Canterbury to here, although I may have done just a bit less than this total due to taking a slightly more direct route from Calais in the early days. Nonetheless, I estimate I've walked the equivalent of 470 miles this past month, which compares favourably with the Camino to Santiago de Compostela pilgrimage last year.
The last two days before ...