Le Pan de Bois
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Heading south to Chablis-Dijon today, we stopped at Troyes for lunch. Troyes (pronounced trois) is a rebuilt truly Medieval town which is being restored to its former glory. The mostly wooden buildings were burnt in the 1610s so was rebuilt using mud brick and stone but in the same style. We checked out ...
... of underground cellar houses millions of bottles of champagne.
After more touring around the countryside and visiting ,y uncles hunting friend whose ho,e is full of hunting memorabilia, we head back for dinner;
More champagne and local drinks served with french oysters, escargot, saussison, frogs legs and much more. Now this is why i came to this great land.
... say avoid Rouen but it's easy to skirt round if you have a good navigator. Try this route one day. Heading East of Rouen to cross The Seine at Vernon. We pick up The Eure Valley at Pacy-Sur-Eure to Dreux. A great run into lunch then on to Chartres. Orleans via the N154 a great road. D2020 all the way to Vierzon on The Cher Valley route all the way to St George's Sur Arnon on The River ...
... that the standard measuring unit for gold, the "troy weight", evolved here.
While not obvious when on foot, the old town is shaped like a champagne cork, its borders being marked by canals, La Sceine, with boulevards and gardens now replacing the medieval ditches and fortifications.
The old town reflects the structures of the 16th C, with half-timbered houses shoulder to shoulder along ...
... for a campsite on the Lac d'Orient.
We were now in Champagne, but we still passed through miles of arable farmland, with not a vine in site
We found the campsite - Les Rives du Lac, ACSI 14 e, easily. Only the hardstanding pitches were in use - we found a really big one.. The toilets ...