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... big commercials often go through Compiegne headed north rather fast. Headed south there is a lock just below town so they are slowing down. Coming out of the lock headed north some of them are respectful of the fuel barge parked across the river from us, but some are not. One of the latter went by a few minutes ago and made so much wake that it tore one of our fenders off. Fenders are pricey so we fired up the engine and went on a rescue mission, successfully completed just as the ...
On Sunday the 24th we took advantage of the relatively warm, sunny weather and rode out bikes out the dedicated bike path into the Forest of Compiegne (about 9.5 km) to the Armistice Clearing.
First, the Forest of Compiegne. It is what is left of the original forest that surrounded Compiegne in the middle ages, when Louis the 15th had a palace built here and came often to hunt in the surrounding forest. He had all sorts ...
We arrived in Compiegne on Friday May 22nd, after completing a leisurely and pleasant trip down the Canal Lateral a L’Aisne and the Aisne River. Our last night on the Aisne was at Vic-sur-Aisne. We tied up on bollards on a quay with nothing much around and then walked up the hill to a sweet village with 2 restaurants, a bar, a small store, a lively market that I went to the next morning. There was also an unexpected ...
... for Marcy). Prices are very high--a tiny cup of coffee is about $5 and no free refills, of course.
Our tour guide couldn't take us thru the actual palace, this had to be done by a French woman. She took us to behind-the-scenes rooms and pointed out particular items in each place. The whole tour was awesome.
We were then turned loose to explore on our own or we could go out into ...
... we get on the first class car...like we don't belong or something. I guess it could be our hobo-ish clothes. I just like to watch these people as the ticket man comes around and doesn't tell us to leave because our tickets are just fine for first class. Ha.
The wind was blowing pretty hard in the small town just Northeast of Paris. Fortunately though the sun was out for most of our time there. Our first mission was to get some croissants for breakfast. ...