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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the boatmen kept a lot of their gear. He was only in Auvers for 70 days. He eventually committed suicide here. He is buried in the cemetery in Auvers beside his brother Theo. Theo was his mainstay during his troubled life. They are buried side by side and their graves are covered in ivy the symbol of their closeness. We walked past the church that Van Gogh painted while ...
Today we set out from Auvers to Creil, a distance of 56 kms, with a mixture of terrain, villages and industrial areas, followed by beautiful forest and a visit to the Chantilly racehorse district and to the stunning Chateau of Chantilly and the Museum to the Horse in the grand buildings beside the racecourse which are aged well over 200 years. While others on the tour went to see the chateau and the gardens, Albert the guide and myself went to see the Museum ...
... Guillaume de Grez), an extra 5 m were added to the height, to make it
the tallest cathedral in Europe: the work was interrupted in 1284 by the
collapse of the vaulting of the choir, a disaster that produced a
temporary failure of nerve among ...
... called after us and let us know a bigger car had arrived. It was a relief as the weather started taking a turn for the worse. All that was forgotten in a moment as we were caught up in the lights of the city, driving past the Arc du Triumph and down le Champ Élysee. Before we knew it we had pulled up in front of #37 Rue Île St Louis, and we were home, at least for the next week. The front door was a bit tricky, after we entered the code, we heard ...
... was accounted for and fed, we set off along the banks of the Seine for 11 miles to our last and final holding point in the park, 3 miles from the Eiffel Tower. We estimate our first view of the Tower was 8 miles away and I will admit, it felt great to see it, all the aches, worries, whatever, vanished, suddenly, we were there! Paris...... At the park we were all given our L2P blue t-shirts for completing the ride, I think we were ...