Auberge le Relais
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... 4 of their champagnes. We then drove about 10 minutes into our home for the next 3 nights, the lovely city of Epernay. I can't believe that we haven't been to champagne before having been nearby in Paris several times, but I am very glad that we hadn't just done a day trip as the place is stunning. Epernay is much bigger than I was expecting and they have some amazing houses and buildings in the city. They are obviously fairly into their ...
Out through the vinyards for our morning walk this morning. A circular route through the hamlet of Peas, even smaller than Broyes.
As we'd had terrible internet access whilst in the Somme, spent a few hours trying to update the blog.
... was past 6 pm. No problem. Paul continued in french while I just threw in some french words when lateral thinking was required. Little english on their side. When we really struggled (trying to find out the year the daughter was in school), said daughter shot off and returned with her computer.
Tasted several of their champagnes, before chosing a bottle to take home to accompany dinner. Looks like this week ...
We had an early train to get to Reims, it was a pretty standard travel day. Got to the train station in Paris only to discover out next train left from a different station so we had to catch the metro. Metros and backpacks are always fun at least this one was so packed. We go into Reims about four our air BnB host kindly picked us up from the train station, it was good as I did not fancy the 30 min ...
... angel statue was reminiscent of Dr Who's weeping angels - slightly sinister! The stained glass windows were particularly spectacular - both old and modern versions. After a quick espresso we walked around the city and, as is often the case, were too late for the market which closed at lunchtime - we keep forgetting that pretty much everything shuts down from 12.30 to 3.30pm each day so the French can enjoy their long lunch. We had a peak in Les Halles where the ...