L'Auberge de Vendeuil
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... minutes walk away.
Not so good points.
It is near a fairly busy road, so, a bit of traffic noise, but, quiet overnight.
The town is depressing, clearly it has once been a thriving busy place, now, it is a sort of French version of ...
This morning Fr Tom celebrated mass in one of the side chapel of the cathedral in Reims. After mass we farewelled Reims and journeyed north in the footsteps of De La Salle to Laon. It was here that one of De la Salle's miracles occurred - curing the Brother who was director of the school. The holy district of Laon, which rises a hundred metres above the otherwise flat The holy district of Laon, which rises a hundred metres above the otherwise ...
... they had damage to them from guns or bombardment. I also went into two restaurants to try to eat, but I had to leave because no one spoke a lick of English and while I can say the odd French word, I can't understand when someone speaks to me. Eventually I just went to Monoprix, which is like Loblaws or Superstore, and got some quiche lorraine, an apple, and some juice. I ate it by the river, overlooking the prettiest parking lot I have ever seen. Side note: ...
... with this. Just as we were about to head to bed, I glanced at my email and saw that someone from the insurance company had actually replied to my email with some instructions. So about four or five emails later, it was nearing 2 a.m. and we finally called it a night after pulling the top down. Our only consolation that night was that nothing had been stolen from the van. This is the first time our van has been vandalised and we never expected that it ...
... awkward it must have been to move a large force through such a tight opening. Or driving over marshy lands and talking about how they were impenetrable and the forces had to walk many miles out of their way to go around them. He put the personal touches in the tour.
Our first stop was the Victoria school where the Australians fought and then helped to rebuild. The school has the words "Never forget Australia" printed on their playground and there was Australian ...