Mercure Futuroscope Aquatis
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Travel Blogs from Chasseneuil-du-Poitou
After a hour and a half train ride we got to Metz. We went to see the Pompidou museum that was right next to the train station. it was spectacular. Right when you walk in, there's a huge circle of water with bowls in it and when the bowls hit each other they would make amazing chime sounds. After we were done marveling at it we got our tickets to go see the different exhibits. One exhibit was about Andy Warhol. He is a pop/experimental artist. One of his pieces ...
We spent the day exploring Metz. It's not a very big city and only has about 120,000 residents, but as usual we managed to get lost. Still, it was a good way to see a lot of the city. We attempted a self-guided walking tour aided with the map provided by the tourist center and our not-so-trustworthy sidekick Henri. First stop: Temple Neuf. I have no idea what this church is, but it is not open to the public, so we took a few photos and continued on our way. Next top was the ...
Tieneke still had a headache this morning so she missed breakfast. We then went to two gorgeous little villages in the Alsace region before driving back toward Rotterdam. After a lot of searching we finally found a hotel somewhere near Trier and had a late dinner in the restaurant. Tieneke appears to have finally cheered up and the hotel is ...
... far too much to drink; not likely to be within our luggage allowance when flying back to Oz! Bloody hell! So we continued along the wine route and came across a Tourist Information at Oger, where we were told some caves were open, and not all had a minimum purchase quantity ... our spirits rose! Next door to the Tourist Information was a champagne house ... might as well give it a go, and we're glad we did. It was a whole lot of fun. It is always better, in our ...
... another example of Mother Nature at her best. These falls, cascade from a height of 300m, to the valley below, which has, seemingly hundreds of falls along it. You, and we did, can walk into a passage way cut into the cliff face, and stand pretty much behind the falls. Stunning ... even on a cold, damp day, this was amazing and refreshing, as the wind blew the water back on itself and onto us. In fact the weather probably added to beauty. Managed to call my (Antony) Dad, ...