La Malle Poste Rochefort
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... assessed we went to explore old town.
Old town was really pretty. Nice blue stone buildings all from the local quarry. A castle and a church in the heart of town. There were two similar rock structures which we still don't know quite what they were. These were round semi circles in the rock face. Estimating about 20m high... so large.
Once we explored the town we went to the larges topiary garden open to the public IN THE WORLD. ...
... One of the tactics used was to make tunnels out of the chalk that were kind of like highways to move the troops to the line in a hurry to attack...they were set up for a lot of people to live in. Only problem was the time for the next tour was alost an hour so that is wasted time. So I decided to head back to the bike for a bit...as I wandered back...I bumped into a tour in progress that was just heading to the tunnels....I asked if I could join...and the young ...
... close to the pedestrian area and soon found a promising cafe. Laura scored with the chicken kabob order and I did ok with sole.
-once fueled we headed off to assault the citadel. It was a good thing we had eaten because the climb was substantial. It was an impressive structure.
... size packs of chocolate and peanuts
2 cases of wine (ranging from pretty decent bordeaux down to 8 euro box wine - aka later to be converted to mulled wine as otherwise undrinkable).
Camped for the night in the Vallee de la Meuse very near the Belgian border and joined in a local French guy's birthday party by accident, though at least got to enjoy plenty of Belgian beer which I would have missed out on otherwise.
... host eventually let us in before we took off to see the city. We walked from our well-positioned flat along the river side, up to the walled Citdel (evidently the longest and steepest way!) for a view of the city, and to see the ancient castle structures and have a beer and wine in the Brasserie before dinner. Andy is in heaven here - where in Australia we are used to extensive wine lists and limited beer selections, the menu had 3 pages of beer and 2 lines about wine that simply ...