Kyriad Beauvais Sud
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Up early this morning as we are travelling again. Caught the train back to Paris Nord. It certainly travels very fast. Sitting right at the back so not as smooth as the ride up. Then onto the TER to Beauvais. Looks a nice town but didn't stay to explore. Caught the No. 12 bus out to the airport and then walked to the guest house. Had dinner in - it was very nice, homemade food for a ...
... experience, an audio-visual tour that took you to the places & time of the impressionist quite well.
After that we headed to see the Ravous Inn where Van Gogh lived and died. In the attic, a few rays of sunshine let the light into the tiny empty room where he had spent the last part of his short-lived life, pretty much untouched since his death in 1890. There was a good slideshow of photos of the area at the time & quotes and paintings from is time of ...
Went into the village on the bikes and stocked up on fruit, vegetables, bread, sausage etc. Got away by 10am. Stopped at Buzet et Baise for lunch. Moved off the canal onto the river Baise for the afternoon. Need a card for the locks, but so far no problems. Not many boats going our way or coming down river either. Stopped in Vianne for the night. A fortified town ...
Geoff Saddlier had managed to organize a tour of the Massey tractor factory within 36hours of us asking him to! The only interesting bit was that the tour started at 9am, and we would have to leave the school by 5:20am to have a chance of getting there on the trains. When we set our alarm that night it told us we had 3 1/2 hours to sleep. We (Pete and Pete, as Esther wanted a sleep in which is very understandable!) ran to the station and jumped on to a train to Paris Nord ...
... although we did come across a cathedral which totally wowed us. The height of the pillars inside was so amazing. I could have sat there for an hour just staring up at it. Today we got up early and drove to a town called Chantilly which had a beautiful castle that mum highly recommended for us to see. It was very beautiful. We started by walking through the castle admiring all the old rooms, furniture, paintings and an amazing library that held books from ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed