Kyriad Design Enzo
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... Tower, which was never really used as defense but was built mostly to emphasize the power of the Counts of Champagne over Provins. Jerks. The streets were nearly empty of people, although there was a surprising amount of traffic. Still, the moon was out, and we enjoyed the walk.
We had dinner at an Indian restaurant – the first time I've had Thanksgiving dinner at an Indian restaurant in a French medieval market town. Nummers.
Then back to the hotel to ...
... nave of the old Collegiate Church of St. Peter. The Renaissance organ of Saint-Julien-du-Sault has recently been restored by the famous organ builder Bertrand Cattiaux after extensive research in various European countries. The blessing of the restored organ took place in 2011. It is a unique instrument not only in France, but also in Europe, and it is now one of only fifteen such organs dating from the Renaissance ...
... water and fuel tanks. Checking for damage and the most important thing, the chemical toilet!!!
All clued up, it was time to get on the road. Don was to be the primary driver with me acting as navigator with the trusty female voiced Navman who we christened ‘Karen’. Declan gave us instructions to find a supermarket to buy our supplies for the first few days. We found it easily. He also gave instructions on how ...
... There were also the modern builds of grand designs type Glass and designer rust etc. We had our first of the very large locks and we shared our first one with 2 barges and continued in locks with them to Melun.
As we approached Melun we saw and impressive building on an island, which turned out to be their prison with church towers standing high above it. We found a mooring at Melun with electric and water on the side of the river. ...
... feature. The fountains and water features are only on during certain times on 2 Saturdays a month. I'm unfortunately here on a Sunday. However, my guess would be that while worth the effort, those Saturdays are quite crowded here. After wandering back to the canal, I am feeling hungry for lunch before my bus arrives to take me back to the train station. There simply is not enough time to walk the entire vastness of the grounds which would ...