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... the window at a beautiful city skyline. The place I’m staying used to be a giant hotel that was converted into a hostel. It’s far enough out of the way of anything and everything that it’s kind of annoying. I was forced to eat in their cafeteria tonight which was pretty boring food (something I never thought I’d have in France). Tomorrow I’m going to have to take a bus. Blech!!
I did have a chance, though, to talk to one of ...
After our 4 day sojourn in Belgium, we left for a small village called Villers-Agron-Aiguizy near Epernay in the Champagne region of France, via the town of Lille. The weather was rainy and windy most of the drive but had cleared up when we arrived at our Chateau. We started well with a champagne on arrival and dining at a 1 star Michelin restaurant in the vineyards of the Marne Valley. Our plan was to drive around the Champagne wine region for the next 4 days, visit Rheims and ...
... to buy a nice overnight bag but it was a bit pricey and I wasn't keen on the creamy colour, since the fabric didn't seem like it would clean easily. Some Moet champagne flutes were also tempting but I didn't like the thought of having to carefully pack them for another 4 months! The shop is actually on the 'Avenue de Champagne' and is home to many Champagne houses and contains other incredibly beautiful old buildings, some with massive wrought ...
... big. Once we finally worked out where we were we chose to not take the motorway option and headed towards Dijon through what we thought looked like a nice scenic route through a mountain range. Oli managed to look up from his ipad at a timely moment, and yells out SNOW. There was a spec of white but not much else, but then a minute later I see a little pub and some snow in the car park - Stop the car. It wasn't much but it was the first time ...
... lunch in Epernay at the restaurant we dined in in 2004, since lunch hour here in France is strictly noon to 2 pm, so by the time we wended our way to the city we were too late for a meal! We did, however, have lots of time to stroll down the beautiful "Avenue de Champagne", stopping in at Moët & Chandon's courtyard to say hi! to Dom Perignon's statue, ...