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... leaving the cathedral, we took a walking tour of the streets. The Christmas Market was in full swing, so we had a small pretzel each … and a glass of hot wine, which was very much appreciated in the cold weather (particularly because of the breeze, today was a lot colder than previously). Other sites in the town include a 3rd Century Roman triumphal arch, which we walked through.
We then returned to the hotel to rest before our big dinner tonight at ...
... in ChÃ¢lons-en-Champagne, France until May as an English assistant. I work a lovely 12 hours a week where I conduct little discussion based "classes." I work at a high school (LycÃ©e Pierre Bayen), mainly with students ages 15-17, and at a middle school (CollÃ¨ge Victor Duruy), with kids from 11-13. I recently started helping some of the high school teachers with English too. I go once a week and an ...
... couple of so-called Aires which were really just a parking place near one of the canals, so I checked the iPad data and found one, albeit 60 km away.
So we hightailed it across more farmlands and through more deserted villages, and finally found what we wanted in Chalons en Champagne, supposedly rated at 4 stars...........
4 stars my ****!
I'd give it maybe 2 stars, and in so typical French fashion, the sanitary ...
... was set and we were on our way. Thirty miles into the trip and I had not seen a petrol station, a couple of miles later and I had to switch onto reserve. I decided to stop and get some help from my Garmin. It told me that the nearest station was two miles away. When we got there it was closed, oh well, on to the next one. This one was just a shell of a building so onto the third.Finally, the Valk was filled to the brim and we were on our way again.
... Saint Etienne which had one of the highest ceilings we have ever seen. The whole structure has been cleaned inside and out making it look like new! In fact it dates back to the year 1000 when the first cathedral was built over the site of a Roman Christian church structure with the surviving crypt on show. In its history it had two other churches built next to it, then in 1668 after a lightning strike and ...