Hotel Ibis Pontarlier
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Today I crossed another wish off my bucket list. Ever since I was a little girl I remember my mum talking about wanting to go to Switzerland. Sadly my mum never made it, but I swore that I would do it for her. There were a few tears as we went over the border and I saw the alps for the first time. Switzerland is all I had heard about and imagined. Yes, it is very expensive, yes the lakes ...
... then head back, and join the others for a wander around town. It is an impressive city: the birth place of the Lumiere Brothers, the home of Louis Pasteur, a city of clocks and with some impressive Roman ruins. We meet for dinner before our final night on the boat, heading for 1802 in Place de Granville. It's a bit up market, but we sit outside in the summer evening, and enjoy our menu du jour, and interesting ...
... dead person, stood standing together as if on the parade ground. The warm sunshine and green fields surrounding the cemetery gave it a serene feeling. In a strange way it seemed like a nice place to be buried, although I'm pretty sure the servicemen would have liked more control over when and where it was to happen.
The etched maple leaves showed that the overwhelming majority of graves belonged to Canadian forces. A register kept at each site recorded details of ...
... marker on it.
I'm now relaxing in my cheap-and-cheerful IBIS budget hotel in the commercial zone of this large town. The price suits ma poche quite well after a very expensive stay at a Logis-branded hotel last night. And, what's more, the shower here has fibre optic lighting that creates a funky disco feel when you take a dip. I'm quite tempted to douche again later this evening, and maybe tomorrow morning too.
Tomorrow is ...
... as much as he could remember about Louis Pasteur being born into a tanner’s family and developing his medical skills. The impressive church that was like a cathedral inside and out, with fantastic paintings and one in particular showing Jesus on the battle field of the first world war with all the fallen soldiers at his feet and on the walls were the names of all the men of Dole who had fallen in both world ...