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Address: 9, rue de Conde, Aisonville-et-Bernoville, Aisne, Picardy, 02110, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located in the Downtown area of Aisonville-et-Bernoville.
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Travel Blogs from Aisonville-et-Bernoville

On the Dole.

A travel blog entry by footloose-too on Jun 25, 2015

Felling a little seedy we decided not to move on today. I walked up into town to get the baguette for lunch. After lunch we all went for a walk up through town where we had a drink in a kerbside cafe and then down through the park back to the river. We played Rummikub that night to their rules. I finally conceded to Bruce as it approached ...

Bow thruster problems!

A travel blog entry by katemc55 on Jun 17, 2015

1 comment, 19 photos

... 2 people on the side, so they could go in, and assist getting the ropes onto their mooring, and ensuring that the lock would work. We have an automatic lock machine for this part of the canal, given to us when we first entered the canal. It looks like a large television remote, and is activated when we are a clip,e of hundred metres out. The lock lights change, the water empties if neded, and if no one else is in or co gin from the other direction, ...

A real castle - pretty much - a bit "reimagined"

A travel blog entry by hammondsencore on Jun 10, 2015

17 photos

... The “Chateau de Pierrefonds” looks very much like a castle, though it does have a few chateau touches, like decorative iron work on the roof tops. It is REALLY large, and sits on a hill up above the town, with a lovely view over the valley and into the surrounding forest.


It was originally built by Louis of Orleans, the second son of King Charles V, in 1393. It was used by various members of the ...

N U T S.......

A travel blog entry by tyamkovy on Sep 01, 2014

27 photos

... defending fortresses in the area and was ground zero for the frontline....it was held and lost to the Germans....in a rather bad way. Seems the French officers were complaining about how many mem were in these forts when they were needed on the lines....so they pulled out most of them....there were thousands in there....and left a small garrison the defend it with no orders. This place had been pounded to hell with the largest shells the Germans had and ...

Back to the canals

A travel blog entry by issywiz on Jul 24, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

Thursday 24th July 2014

Compiegne to Chauny.

We started away from the marina and went back to get diesel from the chandlery and fuel barge we had seen on the way in, but had been closed with it being a Sunday.

Then we went on our way changing quite soon from the river L'Oise to a canal. We have been cruising along lock controlled river flows for quite a while. The rivers twist and turn in natural flow depths vary and ...