Le Moulin du Bechet
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... Although he came close, Jerusalem, the crusade's main objective, eluded him. Moreover, fierce quarrels among the French, German and English contingents provided further troubles. After a year's stalemate, Richard made a truce with Saladin and started his journey home.
Bad weather drove him ashore near Venice and he was imprisoned by Duke Leopold of Austria before being handed over to the German emperor Henry VI, who ransomed him for the huge sum of 150,000 ...
... of yellows and lemons - and on it went! The standout beds flanked the entrance, with bright pink tulips waving above a veritable sea of intense blue forget-me-nots. All of this with a background of green hills and blossom trees. I wonder if I can take in any more gardens!!
Back to the Hotel Baudy, this time their outdoor tables under the trees, for a lovely fresh lunch and then the long walk home down Rue de Claude Monet. Because I ...
... would be cooler on the river.
We set off again for L'Isle Adam where there is a beach and water park but there was only room for 2 boats on the pontoon and there were already 2 boats there. One was smaller than us and another about our size, so we asked if we could moor alongside, but he said a firm “no” with a wag of the finger. We then had to go through the lock and on the way we saw the water park, so after the lock we tried to find a ...
... but told me I had to go get an international license as soon as possible. Turns out they were wrong, and I am fine to drive with my Texas license for the first year of being here. I, however, realized I should be carrying my passport with me at all times to prove the date of my entry into the country.
So this story isn't technically about the police/gendarmerie/military, but I still could have been fined 50 euros. The train ...
Armistice Day 11th November
Last night before it got dark the French cordoned off the war memorial opposite the mooring and set up a loud speaker system. We had forgotten about Armistice day. It doesn't bother me and I would have been happy to stay and be part of the commemorations in spite of the cold, heavy rain and driving wind that we woke up to. Stefan, however, being a veteran himself, really doesn't want ...