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... World War. During the war the this site was a German prisoner if war camp, 100 resistance fighters were executed here. The museum of French Resistance and Deportation was well presented but sad and upsetting. It covered topics like forging of documents, life in the camps, the different resistance groups and the liberation of the camps, finishing with the war crimes trials. By the time we had finished the museums it was 2.39pm, we were starving ...
... it was a very steep climb from the main town, we stopped to take photos if a roman gateway that is situated close to a few Roman ruins, we also called at St John's Cathedral, which was quite unusual inside, there is also a astronomical clock here but you can only visit on a tour. At the Citadel there is a small zoo, and several museum areas all enclosed in this wonderfully preserved 1600's building. The moat ...
... at home then everyone left and we played the Xbox the whole time and we danced and it was really late then went to bed. It was an awesome sleep over!
Saturday 25th Oct 2014
In the morning we walked to the park and there were a lot of apple trees and there were ready so we had apple for breakfast. Then my dad and mum came to pick us up to take us back to Valdahon. My dad and uncle are going to Switzerland again, but this time they are ...
... on the top of the mountain. here we we took photos. In the entrance... underneath the bridge, they had converted the old mote into a monkey enclosure. We did a lot of walking as we were walking for a long time up the mountain. When we got to the main quad, we saw a little aquarium and the fishes there were not dangerous we got to touch them. After a little wile we walked in a different room and this time it was a bigger aquarium with dangerous fish and sharks.
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The storm blew through Besanšon and we saddled up the ponies and took to the road again. One of the things I really appreciate about cycle touring is how quickly you leave behind the noise and bustle of a town or city of any size once you are on the cycle path again. The Doubs River and the Canal du Rhone au Rhine swept us out into the lush countryside once again on our way to Dole.
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