Le Tour De France Par Deux Enfants 2ème chapître

Title: Le Tour De France Par Deux Enfants 2ème chapître
Translated Title: 
A Tour of France by Two Children 2nd Chapter
[Summary of the preceding chapter] In 1871, two small Alsatians, wishing to stay French, left Phalsbourg in Lorraine. In their travels, they encountered a peddler from the Jura and followed him to Clermont-Ferrand...to the growling waters. After a stop at a hostel, the travelers arrived in Lyon. They began to set up in the market. The recipe having been successful, Mr. Gertal paid his clerks well. They left happily, passing by the Dauphiné, arriving in St-Étienne to help at the exit the weapons factory...visiting for a long while. -- It's in this river, the Furens, that we harden the steel of swords. Business having been excellent, Mr. Gertal judged the moment to be right to fulfill his promise. -- Do you remember, little Julien, the request you had made in Besançon? -- I have not forgotten, here is the gift I promised. -- Thank you, Mr. Gertal, now it can rain! Continuing their trip, they went to Valence, often called the door to Provence...it's here that they had to part. -- Children, we must part...to arrive in Marseille, you must follow the Rhône to the sea... -- Me, I am returning to the Jura. -- My little André, you will find your money in this wallet...I rounded the amount. They said goodbye. And the two little orphans...left alone... See what happens next in No. 2.