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... We went to visit the Museum of the area, but it is closed for refurbishment. We looked around at some other bunkers and an old fort from the 1880's that is still there. By the time we were done, it has stopped raining.
Tomorrow we are going to visit the citadel in town and then head for our next stop Reims, which is where the Germans signed the document of surrender to end ...
... and that it was in the general champagne region. That was evident when as we got closer and looked further at the map it was basically in the middle of nowhere. Arriving in time for a late lunch we drove up to the accommodation and we couldn't find a way in, the doors were all locked and nobody was home. Check in time has standardly been not before 4pm at most other places we have stayed at so we went back to another slightly bigger town that we ...
So begins the second phase. Winkel Zurich to London. The
trip to Calais which is where we plan to catch the ferry to England is roughly
800 kms and so decided to break it into two sections. Day 1 500 followed by the
home stretch to Calais followed by the ferry trip to London.
Most of the trip was done on the freeway and was generally
uneventful. The best part about driving through Europe is the ...
On the way to above visited charming town Houffalize (see pics) deep in the Ardennes forest and witnessed a wonderful spectacle not 5 mins after arriving. Passing a lovely little crazy golf course in the heart of the town we witnessed a couple who must have been in their 70's having a real ding dong argument over their game together with much gesticulating and waving of putters. So much so that a local guy was creased ...
... long day’s drive down to Verdun (of World
War I infamy). Decided to stay just North of Verdun, in Bras Sur Meuse/Charny
Sur Meuse.Sunday 17 AugustCycled to and around Verdun and then on to tour the local
battlefield areas and national monuments to those fallen in World War I. ...