La Rabouillere en Bourgogne
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... e)y VC,MM,DCM had survived the war and when he died, aged 86, his final wishes were carried out, and his ashes were buried in the British cemetery at Masnieres. Apparently French law did not allow for any commemoration. We were surprised however that there was no mention of this in the Cemetery Register. If you google his name you will find there is ...
We liked Autun very much. it has a lovely 'feel' to it. The old streets are narrow and windy with something different around each corner.
Even downhill in the more modern commercial part felt right. We were lucky in that Friday ...
... this was the site of an important trading city, traces of an aquaduct now the only tangible evidence. Throughout the middle ages it retained its importance as a trading hub, being on, among others, the route between Italy and Flanders. Craftsmen and merchants from all over Europe flocked to the town now known as Troyes for its bi-annual 3 month long trading fairs. The use of coins and credit facilitated more ...
... bank twice on their way round the bend!
We then made our way back to Montbard, stopping at St Remy to watch a boat navigate the lock.
Rob did his good deed for the day and helped a young woman push open the lock gates.
We arrived back at the MH just in time for afternoon tea in the ...
... the TGV line as well as the regional line. You can get to Paris in an hour! We checked out trains to Dijon, but engineering works meant bus replacements which weren't very convenient.
We arrived back from our walk feeling very hot and glad to sit out in the sun for a while.