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Heading south to Chablis-Dijon today, we stopped at Troyes for lunch. Troyes (pronounced trois) is a rebuilt truly Medieval town which is being restored to its former glory. The mostly wooden buildings were burnt in the 1610s so was rebuilt using mud brick and stone but in the same style. We checked out ...
... of underground cellar houses millions of bottles of champagne.
After more touring around the countryside and visiting ,y uncles hunting friend whose ho,e is full of hunting memorabilia, we head back for dinner;
More champagne and local drinks served with french oysters, escargot, saussison, frogs legs and much more. Now this is why i came to this great land.
... that the standard measuring unit for gold, the "troy weight", evolved here.
While not obvious when on foot, the old town is shaped like a champagne cork, its borders being marked by canals, La Sceine, with boulevards and gardens now replacing the medieval ditches and fortifications.
The old town reflects the structures of the 16th C, with half-timbered houses shoulder to shoulder along ...
We passed the impressive chateau at Coucy-le- Chateau high on a hill. There is an Aire there which would have made a good lunch stop, except for the charge of 5e!
We went through miles of rolling farmland - mainly arable, especially sugarbeet. These were pied up in great mountains by the roadside ...
... war again between us and the mozzies! With nowhere to hang our net from above the bed I used my improvisation skills and clipped it over the open window using hair clips, hair bands and anything else that would keep the buggers out!
One however outsmarted me and got in, causing Paulie to chase it around the room with a can of raid spray.
Paulie and Popcorn 1 – Mozzie 0!