Logis Le 1748

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

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

A travel blog entry by hammondsencore on Jun 10, 2015

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... tapestries, which were moved from castle to castle as the king or nobles moved. But le Duc’s painted rooms are lovely and fun and don’t detract from the castle feeling at all.


The do it yourself walking tour takes you through about 12 rooms, plus you can separately visit the chapel. One of the most fascinating parts isn’t even mentioned in the guide material that is given out. There is a sign ...

Compiegne to Noyon

A travel blog entry by kerney on Jun 04, 2015

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... after the war. We had a much shorter day's ride ending in Noyon around 2.30pm so we could visit the massive cathedral and convent grounds and partake in a cold beer as the temperature was now around 30 degrees before riding back to the barge to relax before dinner. Pont Leveque, which is just outside Noyon, was the location for the barge overnight and Rick and Marias presented us with another lovely meal, a variety of bruschetta, followed by salad from ...

Creil to Compiegne

A travel blog entry by kerney on Jun 03, 2015

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... We had first lunch in a biggish town, but most shops seemed to be closed hen moved on again to view some Roman ruins, an amphitheatre and what were once baths, quite remarkably intact and had the remainder of our lunch while exploring the site. Afterwards we rode for approx 10kms and came to the village of St Jean in the Woods, beautiful collection of old homes, many ...

Soissons - another WWI town

A travel blog entry by hammondsencore on May 22, 2015

1 comment, 14 photos

... taken down. We couldn’t tell if they are going to replace it or not, but it is definitely not there! So went by where it used to be, and turned around and tied up on the city quay on the bank, facing upstream, which is preferred. There were no other boats there most of the time, even though there is electricity and water, but there are also facilities there for caravans (camper vans) and there were 4 or 5 at all times.

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N U T S.......

A travel blog entry by tyamkovy on Sep 01, 2014

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... you just walk around (had to follow the signs as it was easy to get lost) and tap the right audio file for the area you are in. I can keep this short...whoever lived in this hell hole...deserved a medal. Once the Germans took it....seems it was a mistake aas it was not meant to be defended the the front line at its back and the French were merciless....at one point they took all the bodies an put them into one of the chambers and just sealed it off and put ...