Premiere Classe Auxerre
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We were aiming for the MH Aire at Laon, as we wanted to see the cathedral.
We left Migennes and went via Sens ( couldn't get a photo of the cathedral) Provins and Montmirail Then retraced our outward route to Chateau Thiery and Soissons.
We had a rethink over lunch and decided that the on street Aire parking in the middle of Laon ...
The Roman Theatre was once the biggest in Gaul and could seat up to 25,000. it has not been renovated, but left au naturel. There is no entrance charge and you can wander around it at will. There are two original Roman gates, one ...
Although I consider myself to be a master of transitions, having moved so many times already, my move to Auxerre was much harder than I anticipated. It was easy to forget the real reason I came to France during those first few days in Dijon. I was so comfortable back in my old room with my host family.
Arriving in Auxerre I felt like I was starting my junior year abroad over again. I felt the same fear, anxiety ...
... 3), the castle was abandoned, but the Chapel is maintained by the villagers, until the end of the 18th century].
While walking around the town, stumbled upon the Collegiate Church of St. Peter. It is a remarkable building from the 13th and 16th centuries that houses a beautiful set of glass walls and an extraordinary organ. [The organ in this Church was built in the sixteenth century (1568) and installed ...
... to do a single wine tasting or tour, but had great fun buying very inexpensive, but excellent local wine in the shops. When we reviewed our expenditures at end of trip we had spent more on pastries & bread than we did on wine which was remarkable as we had wine every night.
Our fleet of eight boats did not stay together most of the time. But Thursday night 5 boats ended up in Clemecy which had some of the largest restaurants. On Friday we were ...